Columbia spins 2004 date for 'Spider-Man 2'

Kilday, Gregg
May 2002
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;5/7/2002, Vol. 373 Issue 17, p4
Reports the plan of Columbia Pictures to launch the sequel of the motion picture 'Spider Man 2' in early May weekend in 2004. Filmmakers and cast of the film; Information on gross gain of film 'Spiderman' during summer 2002.


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