It’s a bit of an exagerration to show Spider-Man in almost all of the cinemas in Metro Manila. I guess the cinemas are capitalizing on the Law of Supply and Demand. Since there are a lot of people that have been anticipating for the Spider-man 3 movie, they might as well capitalize on it. In fact, they are so smart that they decided to have the first day of showing of Spider-man in the Philippines on a holiday (May 1 which is the Philippines Labor Day and a non-working holiday).
If you go and check out the cinema schedule, you’ll have a feeling that there’s some sort of monopoly going on. And yes, I’m sick of seeing Spider-man in all of the Greenbelt cinemas earlier when I checked the schedule online for my brother. And I guess that the other films that were already being shown in the US will be shown next week.
The villains in Spider-man 3
Sandman is portrayed by Thomas Haden Church. He’s the creation of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. He became Sandman when he was in a nuclear testing site and came contact with sand that has been radiated by an experimental reactor. His molecular structure was then altered into a sand-like substance which could in turn transform some or all of his body to sand.
Venom is the result of the bonding of Spider-man and a symbiote (an extraterrestial parasite). Spider-man activated a machine that releases the symbiote (black liquid). His body was then covered with this black liquid.
Harry Osborn is the second Green Goblin. And he will die in this movie 😀 .