Spider-Man’s current contract dispute between Disney and Sony is an intricate web of events that dates back to 1999 when Marvel Comics was in danger of going bankrupt and started selling off the film rights of their iconic superhero characters just to keep their business afloat.
It’s been 5 years since that tragically fateful night in Aurora, Colorado, when one man entered a sold-out movie theater armed with assortment of weapons and opened fire. It was the highest casualty count of any shooting attack in America, and all these years later, our gun control laws still fail us.
Happy freakin’ birthday, Tom! 55 and still going strong! I’ve been busy working on my review for Tom Cruise’s latest film, The Mummy, but in kindness, I think I’ll respectfully […]