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In Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 (2004) Bruce Campbell portrays a snooty usher at a play and says the line “... it helps maintain the illusion”. Bruce Campbell was supposed to play the villain Mysterio, the master of illusions, in the unreleased Spider-Man 4.

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In Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 (2004) Bruce Campbell portrays a snooty usher at a play and says the line “... it helps maintain the illusion”. Bruce Campbell was supposed to play the villain Mysterio, the master of illusions, in the unreleased Spider-Man 4. r/MovieDetails   u/succumfucc  
Amazing shot from Sergey Bondarchuk's 'War and Peace' (1966) r/movies   u/soldierofcinema  
Taika Waititi to Direct 'Thor 4' for Marvel as WB's 'Akira' Is Delayed Again r/movies   u/MoviesMod   collider.com  
New Poster for ‘IT: Chapter Two’ r/movies   u/impeccabletim  
In Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, right after the first Spider-Man says "For 10 years I have been the one and only Spider-Man" there is a sign in the background telling us he is wrong r/MovieDetails   u/DarkAgeOutlaw  
Netflix reports first net subscriber loss in the US, misses global subscriber growth predictions r/movies   u/soldierofcinema   techcrunch.com  
Mortal Kombat movie is R-Rated and features fatalities r/movies   u/Frocharocha   pcgamer.com  
Ryan Reynolds shooting a movie in Boston r/Moviesinthemaking   u/QusaiIsNoOne  
Margot Robbie on a Westwood street during filming of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" r/Moviesinthemaking   u/Meunderwears  
In Megamind (2010), after Roxanne learns that Megamind has been lying to her and he insists that "I can explain," one of his famous "No You Can't" posters appears in the background. r/MovieDetails   u/tyrantspell  

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