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Monday, December 2, 2002


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Ted Raimi will be returning as Hoffman in the Spider-Man sequel, the actor said last weekend at Mid-Ohio-Con.

Raimi, the brother of Spider-Man and sequel director Sam Raimi, in Spider-Man played a reporter at the Daily Bugle, a character created for the movie franchise.

"Spider-Man 2 has begun shooting already, and we don't even have a script," Raimi said, laughing. "That's very typical Hollywood. 'Let's shoot it!' 'What are we shooting?' 'I don't know, roll cameras! Get Tobey Maguire in here, where is he?'"

Raimi said there might be more of Hoffman in the sequel than the original.

"I have more scenes with J.K. Simmons, who is J. Jonah Jameson," Raimi said. "Yeah, there's a bunch more scenes. We've done some preliminary rehearsal, even if we don't have a script. He's a good guy to clown around with. He is J. Jonah Jameson."

One of the scenes that didn't make Spider-Man's final cut involved a tongue-twisting dialogue between Jameson and Hoffman about "Peter Parker's pants."

"It was a different ending that didn't fit," Raimi said.

Raimi said he currently prefers movie roles over TV roles

"Doing TV straight for 10 years, it's cool, but it's a little bit of a grind," Raimi said. "You get confused after two or three years. It's like, 'Didn't I do this scene like two or three times before?'

"Right now, movies is sort of the way to go. Movies are fun to do."

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Alan Burnett, a producer at Warner Bros. Animation, talked about upcoming projects involving Batwoman and Aquaman at Mid-Ohio-Con last weekend.

Batwoman will be featured in a direct-to-video movie called Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, and Aquaman is being developed as a series for Kids' WB!.

For a rundown on the projects, as well as the upcoming third season of Static Shock on Kids' WB! and a look back at Burnett's work on the Batman and Superman series, CLICK HERE.


The Clock Maker #1 will arrive in stores on Jan. 29 from Image Comics. The issue is written by Jim Krueger, with art by Matt Smith and Brett Weldele.

Here's how Image describes the issue:

"The death of Astrid Bonn's brother and father leads her to leave New York and return home to Switzerland to discover a super-natural legacy that will redefine the world that she lives in. Here, on a clockworks older than time itself, one that boasts to be the very gateway to Heaven, she will face enemies of earthly and other-worldy design."

The Clock Maker #1 will be 20 pages, folding out from standard comic size to glossy treasury edition size), and will cost $2.50/



  • According to Variety, Keanu Reeves will star in Constantine, the live-action film from Warner Bros. and based on the DC Comics title Hellblazer, only after he has filmed two comedies. Constantine could still go before cameras in 2003.

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