Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Well, if recent chatter is to be believed, then those of you in the same boat as I have reason to go in with lowered expectations.
You see, former IGN editor Jeremy Conrad has broken down an alleged plot synopsis that’s surfaced online – one which he didn’t provide in full, mind you – but there were a variety of details to mull over, regardless. As such, we advise you to take the following with a grain of salt as you normally would in cases such as this, but we can’t help thinking,
The film is based upon Joyce Smith’s book and will see Grace as Pastor Jason Noble, “the small town’s new hip man of God who helps the mother of a drowned son through this horrific time, galvanizing the town.”
Also featuring in the cast of the film are Chrissy Metz (This Is Us), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Marcel Ruiz and Isaac Kragten.
Fox 2000 scored a hit this past weekend with its faith-based feature I Can Only Imagine, which pulled in $17 million at the North American box office.
Grace has recently wrapped filming on Under the Silver Lake alongside Andrew Garfield, and also stars in Spike Lee’s Black Klansman, where he plays a white supremacist.
The post Topher Grace
Tomb Raider defeated Black Panther at the international box office at the weekend as the Warner Bros and MGM action adventure vaulted to the top of the global and international charts. Meanwhile Oscar winner The Shape Of Water crossed $100m.
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Audiences responded strongly to Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander in the role of thrill-seeking heiress Lara Croft as the action adventure climbed to an early $102.5m internationally from the first two weekends. This was powered by $41.1m from its first three days in China,
Horror icon Bruce Campbell took to the panel stage in London this past weekend to host a Q and A with attendees of the third annual Walker Stalker Con. This was an opportunity for fans of Bruce to ask all their burning questions, and they didn’t waste a single minute. During the hour-long panel he shared many a story, here of some of the highlights:
The future of Ash Vs Evil Dead looks uncertain…
The first question of the panel began with the words ‘In Ash Vs Evil Dead…’ at which point Bruce Campbell, perhaps jokingly, interjected with ‘Ash Vs Evil Dead, the television show that’s about to be cancelled’. This revelation was met with resounding boos to which Campbell retorted – ‘Don’t cry for me Argentina. If you don’t pay for Starz, they’re gonna cancel it.’ At several
It's been 19 years since The Matrix starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss was released theatrically, and 15 years since it was last remastered.
That drought finally comes to an end as Bill Pope (The Matrix Trilogy, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, Baby Driver), the film's director of photography, has overseen an all-new remaster from the original film elements. We are the benefactors of this effort as we'll get to see The Matrix in 4K Uhd with Dolby Vision Hdr and Dolby Atmos Audio in just over two months time.
The Matrix Uhd release also includes a new Blu-ray edition and Digital HD edition, both featuring the new remaster. The inclusive Blu-ray is not any of the previously released versions.
Bonus features are included
“Black Panther” pulled in $4.7 million on Monday to lift its domestic total to $506.4 million. The superhero tentpole trails Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” by $26 million for the eighth slot on the list.
“Black Panther” will face competition this weekend from Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time,” which has been tracking to launch in the $30 million to $38 million range. Three other titles — STX’s “Gringo,” Entertainment Studios’ “Hurricane Heist” and Aviron’s “The Strangers: Prey at Night” — are tracking to open with less than $10 million each.
The third domestic weekend for “Black Panther” was the third best of all time at $66.3 million, trailing only “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and “Avatar.”
“Black Panther” grossed $5.2 million internationally on Monday, lifting
March 6 Update: Disney executives on Tuesday confirmed that Marvel Studio’s Black Panther crossed $90m worldwide on Monday to reach $909.8m, of which $403.4m comes from international markets and the $506.4m balance from North America.
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Globally, since last week, Black Panther has overtaken Thor: Ragnarok on $854m, Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 on $864m, Batman vs Superman on $874m, Spider-Man: Homecoming on $880m, and Spider-Man 3 on $891m.
The UK is the lead market on $49.9m, followed by South Korea on $41.5m,
Taking those financial shortcomings into consideration, though, it’s definitely surprising to see that Warner Bros. are seemingly all for proceeding with a Flashpoint movie. I mean, the Scarlet Speedster is long overdue for some time in the spotlight on the silver screen, but anyone remotely familiar with Geoff Johns’ game-changing comic book of the same name is well aware of how it also includes alternate takes on Batman, Superman, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and even Shazam. In other words, it’d essentially
‘But we’re here to talk about Spider-Man 3!’ I hear you shouting. Well, here’s the thing: I can safely say that Raimi’s third, and final chapter, won’t be joining the pantheons of greatest sequels of all-time, unlike its immediate predecessor. That said, I do believe that Spider-Man 3 deserves some love, too.
On that note, come join us as we take a look back at Raimi’s oft-maligned third entry into Marvel’s beloved web-slinging series.
Check out its all-time records: “Black Panther” bests “Deadpool” by more than $50 million as the best February and pre-March opening weekends ever. It tops last year’s “Beauty and the Beast” as the best pre-May debut of all time. It nearly doubles “Furious 7” as the best opening for a black-directed film. It is triple the best previous record (held by “Straight Outta Compton”) for initial weekend of a film with a primarily black cast.
Those numbers will be re-counted when Sunday’s actual numbers are reported, plus the boost the movie will get from a four-day semi-holiday on Monday. And adjusting to an even playing field still leaves “Black Panther” remarkably (considering the month of release) among the ten best openers ever.
Naturally, fans heavily criticized this decision – and one of those is all-round superhero expert Kevin Smith. The director spoke with his co-host Ralph Garman on their podcast Hollywood Babble-On about recent trailers like Solo: A Star Wars Story and Avengers: Infinity War. Though they loved the footage from those films, the hosts were more conflicted about Venom, as Smith summed up most people’s thoughts with this comment on the trailer:
“I didn’t see a Venom trailer. I saw Tom Hardy: The Movie.”
Intense Venom Trailer Pics Show
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The actor is currently promoting the new season of Divorce on HBO. During a recent interview, the subject of Spider-Man 3 came up. Thomas Haden Church admits that he's proud of the movie, but that they were trying to cram way too much into it, which ultimately led to it being a problematic sequel.
Venom is making the headlines recently with Tom Hardy set to star as the fan-favourite villain, and a first teaser trailer recently arriving online.
Fans are hoping Hardy’s portrayal is more to their liking than that of Grace’s who once gave a much criticised performance as the character back in 2007.
Church, who played Sandman in the final film of the Spider-Man trilogy, is a fan of Grace’s performance, however, defending him in a recent interview with JoBlo:
“The studio felt like they had me, they had Franco’s story continuing, and they were like, we need one more that’s more of a millennial,” Church revealed. “And that’s how Venom and Topher Grace came into the picture. And by the way, I thought Topher was great in the
Many fans of Spider-Man 3 feel that Thomas Haden Church’s portrayal of Sandman was a highlight of an otherwise bloated movie, and in a new interview with JoBlo – actually about his television series, Divorce – the actor explained his take on the way studio interference from Sony on Spider-Man 3
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