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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by muppetwriter, Jan 19, 2007.
Probably something like People or Entertainment Weekly
Yes, Gwen does die in the books, but it's been so long since I've actually read a Spidey comic, I forget exactly what caused her demise. I remember Peter being extremely devastated and haunted over her death, though. Maybe dabauckham can give a much more detailed explanation.
Actually, I was surprised Gwen wasn't introduced in the first film. I was surprised it took this long to bring her in.
And I loved the opening credits for the first two Spidey films, especially part 2. The credits for this one sound like the best ones yet!
Ya know, I have a day off from work tomorrow, and all this talk about the film...maybe I'll take in a matinee.
Gwen dies in the Green goblin ultimatum, with him dropping a lot of people and Gwen (MJ as shown in the movie). Spiderman caught her, but she died. I think. I'm pretty sure that's what happened.
You got it right. I gotta run out the door, so I can't write more now, but yeah, Beau...that's pretty much what happened. Spidey tries to web her as she's falling, and in the process her neck snaps. There's a nice collection of the story (which is quite good) called "The Death of Gwen Stacy" I'd recommend it to anyone remotely interested in Green Goblin and/or Gwen Stacy. It's not only the death of Gwen Stacy, it's also the death of you know who from the 1st movie....
Going back to Sofia Coppola - the only thing she's ever done that I enjoyed was the music video for The Flaming Lips' This Here Giraffe.
747 million, it's the 22nd biggest movie of all time! You adjust Gone With The Wind for inflation, and that's a different story, but I don't want to get into that.
Winslow, have you peeped it yet?
Um...(bows head in shame)
Eh, no worries, Winslow. It's not like the movie is leaving the box office anytime soon. Incidentally, anyone seen the new Shrek movie? I've heard very mixed things about it.
Yeah, I'm sure Spidey 3 will still be playing at the theatre I frequent in August.
I've heard a lot of negativity about Shrek 3. There's a thread here, the one about Wal-Mart spoiling the film. Krazedmuppet gives her thoughts on the flick.
122 million in the first weekend for Shrek the third. Not bad for a movie with not so good reviews. But with Memorial day coming up, Wow knows how that will go?
With 802 million, it's currently the 16th biggest movie of all time not adjusted for inflation.
Wow! It's the 10th biggest movie of all time!
No way! Way!
Way! Not adjusted for inflation.
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