posted by Annie on July 28, 2004 under Site Stuff with 0 comments
Spider-Man 2 Review
“I guess I’ll always be Spiderman,” Tobey Maguire sighs to Kirsten Dunst when she gets to know his real identity.
Maguire who was in splendid shape as the passionate jockey in “Seabiscuit” is indeed fated to be Spiderman forever. A second sequel is also on the way, which is just as well for Maguire.
He’s so extraordinary, so vulnerable and yet such an instinctive survivor that Maguire takes Spiderman beyond the stereotypical super-saviour’s sphere to represent that moment in time when the victim and the protector come together in one compelling instant.
Tobey Maguire – Spiderman 2
Spiderman 2 sees Tobey Maguire returning as the reluctant superhero Spiderman and his alter ego Peter Parker. When he spoke to Scotland Today’s Grant Lauchlan, he started by asking him about whether it was true that he hated doing interviews.
He said: “No, I don’t hate doing interviews…Well the repetitiveness of it, you know just gets a little stale because you know you’re asked the same question and you feel like you’re boring. You feel like you’re boring, like you’re repeating yourself again and you can’t. If you weren’t repeating yourself you’d be lying at some point. All said and done for Spiderman 2 I’ll probably do about 400 interview. Of the 400 there’s probably, you know, seven questions that are asked in 370 of those interviews.”
Tobey Maguire is Making Changes at Columbia
“Spider-Man” series star Tobey Maguire is teaming up with Wendy Finerman to produce at Columbia Pictures a big-screen adaptation of the novel “Everything Changes” by Jonathan Tropper, to be published by Bantam’s Delacorte Press.
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