Ep. 154 What If Tobey McGuire Returns As Spider-Man & Uncle Ben
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s rumored cameos in the next Spider-Man movie are “not confirmed”, according to Sony. Rumors of the former Peter Parkers’ involvement have been swirling for weeks, given the increasing prominence of multiverse ideas in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Intriguingly, Sony did not outright deny that cameos for Garfield and Maguire were in the works, telling ET Canada: “Those rumored castings are not confirmed.” Speaking of “Not Confirmed” She-Hulk was Trending After Deadline reported in September that actress Tatiana Maslany would play She-Hulk in an upcoming Marvel series for Disney+, Maslany has said that this news is “not actually a thing.” Speaking to the Sudbury Star about the casting news, Maslany said, “That actually isn’t a real thing and it’s like a press release that’s gotten out of hand.
From The Wrap: AMC is making a bet some people are tired of watching movies on their couch, with the nation’s largest cinema chain now offering to let customers rent out entire theaters for as low as $99. The “Private Movie Showing” program, as it’s been dubbed, allows up to 20 people to have a theater to themselves for a few hours. Customers can pick from a list of 34 movies. Older movies start at $99 (excluding tax), and new films like “The New Mutants” and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenant cost $149”. It can get pricier than that, though. Depending on the movie selection and theater location, AMC’s website said it can cost up to $349 to host a private movie party. On top of that, if you’re really looking to hold court, AMC will rent you a microphone to address your friends for $100.