The Weekly Ketchup: "Spider-Man 4" Villain Talk, "Iron Man" Cast Photo, Disney Scraps Lame Video Sequels, And More!

by | June 29, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, Sam Raimi discusses possible options for a fourth "Spider-Man," the cast of "Iron Man" is looking rather sharp in the first cast photo, and the Disney brain trust makes a wise business decision.

Also, "Transformers" unleashes a slick TV spot for those not already excited enough, and "Kill Bill" may have two more sequels on the way. Read on.

This Week’s Most Popular News:

Sam Raimi Discusses "Spider-Man 4" Villains

A whole bunch of new bad guys might be on their way … but still no love for The Lizard?

First "Iron Man" Cast Photo!

The guys who are in charge of early marketing for Marvel’s "Iron Man" have been keeping us pretty busy over the last few weeks. And now comes a rather cool new cast photo.

Disney Halts DTV Sequels! Hooray!

Good news all around. Plus, get this: Disney CCO John Lasseter has called the upcoming Tinkerbell movie "unwatchable." Ouch.

Powerful New "Transformers" Ad

You guys know I’ve just recently come around on this "Transformers" flick. I was pretty skeptical at first, but with each new trailer and promo spot, I’m getting just a little more geeked for the movie…

Is Tarantino Preparing Two "Kill Bill" Sequels?

Well, according to one source he sure seems to be … maybe.

A little more of this Kiddo wouldn’t hurt.

In Other News:

  • Laurence Fishburne and indie production company A-Mark have acquired rights to Paulo Coelho’s spiritual adventure novel "The Alchemist," with Fishburne having completed a screenplay, and also planning to direct.
  • Shoreline Entertainment has set Jeremiah Chechik to direct the adaptation of Kem Nunn’s novel "Pomona Queen."
  • Stephen St. Leger and James Mather will write and direct "The Lost Squad," based on the Devil’s Due comic written by Chris Kirby and drawn by Alan Robinson.
  • George Hickenlooper will adapt and direct Colin MacKinnon’s espionage thriller "Morning Spy, Evening Spy," with Todd Traina producing.
  • Mos Def will star in and executive produce the drama "Bobby Zero," with brothers Markus and Mason Canter writing and directing.

Let’s hope he gets a quality remake.

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