Watch your backs, movie-spoiler sites — the Wall Street Journal appears to be creeping in on your territory.
They’re new at it, of course, so they aren’t quite up on the rules of spoiler etiquette, such as not spoiling without warning your audience — and certainly not leading off a story with privileged information. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what the WSJ seems to have done in a story published earlier this week.
The article, titled “Big Media Companies Want Back in the Game,” really has nothing to do with spoilers in general, or any movie in particular, which is essentially why movie sites around the Web have been foaming at the mouth about the fact that it starts off by spoiling the plot outline for Toy Story 3.
Okay, so as spoilers go, it isn’t the hugest of deals. But we’re still not sharing it here — and we’re not taking it as fact until CHUD‘s Jeremy Smith reports back from his planned “grilling” of Pixar’s Andrew Stanton. Still, if you want to know what the Wall Street Journal thinks will happen in the third Toy Story, follow the link below!