Want to make $35 million in one night? Come out with a Spiderman reboot and call it The Amazing Spiderman. The movie broke the single day box office record on Tuesday with Andrew Garfield as its new leading man. Speaking of Spiderman, here are five Spiderman concepts that almost became movies. While some of them are obviously bad ideas, others aren’t so bad. Check out how James Cameron’s movie sank, and we’re not talking about Titanic.
For those of you who can’t wait any longer for the new installment of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, Warner Brothers released a 49 page document of production notes, synopsis, dialogue, and interviews. Do they have the Cliffs Notes yet? Eh, we’ll just wait for the movie.
Ever wonder what Matt Damon will look like in the future? Look no further than his upcoming movie, Elysium. Just don’t expect him to have any hair.
Jerry Seinfeld conquered television in the 90s with nine seasons of Seinfeld. Where can he go from that mega hit show? Well, now he’s trying his talents on the web in a new comedy series, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. Come to think of it, this sounds exactly like Seinfeld. “Not that there’s anything wrong with that.”
At the age of 91, Jake LaMotta is still fighting a battle and getting into trouble. MGM has filed a complaint to stop production on an independent sequel to Raging Bull. Let’s hope Jake has the stamina to go 12 rounds with the courts.
Andre 3000 and company are coming out with a Jimi Hendrix biopic without the rights to his music. That’s a bummer. How can you have a Jimi Hendrix movie with no Jimi Hendrix movie?
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