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Willem Dafoe: Spider-Man reboot is a 'cynical approach to making money' – Actor, who starred as the Green Goblin in Sam Raimi's 2002 take on the web-slinging hero, criticises 2012 reboot• Spider-Man: three star review• The Amazing Spider-Man: four star reviewWillem Dafoe has become the latest actor from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man films to lay into the current reboot, calling it "a cynical approach to making money".Dafoe, who appeared in 2002's Spider-Man as Norman Osborn, aka The Green Goblin, said Hollywood was telling the same story all over again with last year's The Amazing Spider-Man. 4 years 37 weeks ago via brucelee

'John Carter': Disney Scrambles to Save its $250 Million Gamble

John Carter – Low interest and bad buzz prompt a last-ditch marketing effort for the big budget attempt at launching a new franchise. 6 years 17 weeks ago via donnieyen

'John Carter' Needs To Make About $700 Million To Earn A Sequel – When Tron: Legacy was released, there was a lot of talk about if the film was profitable enough to make a sequel. The film reportedly cost $170 million and grossed $400 million worldwide which, on paper, seems like a home run. But factor in marketing costs, among other things, and it’s far from that. 6 years 36 weeks ago via jetli

Disney's 'John Carter' Released to Imax in 2012 – Etan Vlessing The Taylor Kitsch and Willem Dafoe-starring action pic will be released day-and-date on Imax's super-screens on March 9, 2012. 6 years 45 weeks ago via brucelee
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