Diorio, Carl
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/25/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 64, p1
Trade Publication
Television channel Sony will unspool "Spider Man 2" on June 30, 2004 two days earlier than originally planned, in a move aiming to maximize box office bang over the holiday lengthened fireworks frame. That was the surprise announcement from Sony executives at a ShoWest session promoting the sequel to 2002 action blockbuster. Also Wednesday, the studio confirmed its intent to lense a third installment in the comicbook inspired series. Cast members of the "Spiderman," pictures were on hand for the Sony event.


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