… Warners is asking that the hearing be moved up to as early as Monday because “time is critical,” the studio argues in papers filed this week. The studio must soon commit tens of millions of dollars in marketing for a film it isn’t sure it can release.
“The Dark Knight” was the big winner at the 35th annual People’s Choice Awards.
The summer blockbuster won for favorite movie, action movie, cast, superhero (Christian Bale) and onscreen matchup (Bale and Heath Ledger) during the ceremony, carried live Wednesday by CBS.
But who really cares?
‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,’ ‘Frost/Nixon,’ ‘The Reader,’ ‘Revolutionary Road,’ ‘Slumdog Millionaire’
he only problem is, Golden Globes are not announcing their winners until the Golden Globes air on Sunday.
While this is obviously not confirmation that Morbius will be in Spider-Man 4, it’s our first hint at a villain we might see in the upcoming sequel. I’m sure most people would claim that the excess of villains was what hurt Spider-Man 3 the most. So is using Morbius next time an improvement?