Category: Too Many Spidermens
Michael Keaton And Winona Ryder Will Reportedly Reprise Their Roles In A “Beetlejuice” Sequel
I know they say you aren’t supposed to beat a dead horse, but what if the horse is actually undead and not really a horse at all, but more of a moldering human corpse with a lot of snappy one-liners? This is the question the folks at Plan B Entertainment, Brad Pitt’s production company, asked themselves before deciding to go ahead and flog the shit out of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice. But you know what they also say? You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink, especially if he’s dead. But according to Screen Rant, after spending more than 30 years in The Neitherworld Waiting Room (sometimes referred to as “development hell” by Hollywood types), that green lady finally called Beetlejuice 2’s number, with Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder both reported to be on board.
Demi Lovato Got A Spider Tattooed On Their Head Following A Recent Stint In Rehab
Froyo fundamentalist Demi Lovato has turned a new leaf. But look out! There’s a big hairy spider under there, sitting right on top of their freshly shaved head. People reports that after coming to the conclusion that being “California sober” wasn’t doing it for them anymore, Demi continues to take steps towards “putting themselves first” and recently returned home from a stay at a rehab program. As such, last week Demi wiped their Instagram feed clean, leaving just one photo remaining — a collage image of their new self, freshly shorn and ready for World Goth Day 2022. Somewhere between rehab and their front door, Demi stopped by celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo and had a scary spider tattooed onto their skull. I hope Demi wears a hat next time they go get froyo lest the cashier “accidentally” mistakes it for the real thing and beats them over the head with a rolled-up magazine.
“Spider-Man” Producer, Amy Pascal, Says She Warned Tom Holland And Zendaya From Dating Each Other
Short King, Tom Holland, is only 25-years-old and he’s already ready to take time off from work and start a family. It probably helps that he’s dating 25-year-old Zendaya who is at least guaranteed more than seven minutes of work in the next Dune movie, so she can sustain them financially. JK, but these two follow in the footsteps of like every pairing of Spider-Man co-stars ever in that they met on set and started dating and are now a power couple. But that almost wasn’t the case, as a producer of the series, Amy Pascal, recently revealed that she initially warned both Tom and Zendaya from dating each other. But clearly, she doesn’t know that the fans are thirsty for pictures of hot people kissing each other so you should never tell two celebrities to not bump down-low parts.
Michael Keaton Will Reportedly Return As Batman, Eventually Replacing Ben Affleck
How many Batmen are too many Batmen? Is it thee Batmen, four? Eight?! Safe to say, we’ve already crossed over the threshold of an ideal density of Batmen in America. The burden of Batmen is too damn high! As such, the revelation that Michael Keaton will be returning as Batman, eventually replacing Ben Affleck, the DCEU’s 2nd most reluctant Batperson after Robert Pattinson, should come as a relief. But while it’s not a net gain, Keaton returning brings the total number of Batmen currently in play to three, which I’m afraid is two too many by any metric.
A Bunch Of Actors From The Old Spider-Man Movies Will Return For Appearances In “Spider Man 3”
Like many people on Earth (presumably), Spider-Man 2 (2004) is one of my favorite films. I love Kirsten Dunst and her little teefies, Tobey Maguire was a cutie, and, thanks in part to an incredibly explicit sex dream about Alfred Molina, it is my belief that Otto “Doctor Octopus” Octavius is the best movie superhero villain of all time. All-time! So imagine my horny surprise when it was announced that a bunch of old Spider-verse actors are either in talks or confirmed to return for the third Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland. That includes Kirsten, my dream-lover Alfred Molina, plus Andrew Garfield as the second Spider-Man, Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, and Jamie Foxx as Electro (who?)!
Stan Lee’s Daughter Is Siding With Sony In The “Spider-Man” Debacle
Stan Lee‘s daughter apparently has some words about this whole Spider-Man thing going on. Now that Sony and Marvel are in a pissing match about who can make more money off of a narrative universe that neither of them are even remotely responsible for creating, Joan Celia Lee (called JC because no one wants to be called Joan Celia) has decided to raise her hand with an opinion. I mean, she’s the daughter of the great Stan Lee who actually was responsible for the creation of the character of Spider-Man–so she must have insight, right? Well… maybe… maybe not.