Former Batman Michael Keaton may have taken up the villain’s role in the latest Spider-Man movie, but the film’s lead actor himself also has a few bad guy roles in mind. “I would like to play Carnage because he’s a crazy, scary, horrible person,” said the 21-year-old Holland.
What the final scenes of the newly released superhero movie may mean for both the MCU, and Sony's Spider-verse.
Spotlight won the night’s most coveted prize at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Capping Saturday night’s ceremony in Los Angeles, the Spotlight ensemble received the accolade for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Keaton, accompanied by fellow stars Mark Ruffalo, Brian d’Arcy James, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, and John Slattery, took the stage.
Spotlight, the indie drama that was a hit with critics during its festival circuit tour earlier this year, explores the Boston Globe’s real-life investigation into the Catholic church’s sex-abuse scandal in the early 2000s. The paper’s investigative team, played by the likes of Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Brian d'Arcy James, and Rachel McAdams, uncovered many instances of child abuse by local priests in Boston over the years. But, as this exclusive clip above reveals, their editor (played by Liev Schreiber) wants them to aim higher. ...
In 2002, Boston Globe reporters broke a story that changed the city of Boston — and the entire Catholic church — forever. The Globe’s series of articles on child sexual abuse in the Boston diocese, and the extreme measures taken by the Catholic church to hide priests’ crimes, cracked open a massive scandal with global repercussions. Now, the story of those Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters (the newspaper’s “spotlight” team) is coming to the big screen in the movie Spotlight, starring Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, and Michael Keaton.