- Spider-Man 2 led the 2005 Spacey awards in Canada with the most wins, snagging four Spaceys for Best Action Sequence, Best Comic Book Adaptation (over Blade: Trinity, Hellboy, Immortel and The Punisher), Favourite (not a typo, those canadians spell things weird) Movie Villain (beating Drake from Blade: Trinity) and Favourite Movie Hero. Director Sam Raimi and producer Avi Arad both accepted the awards on behalf of the film. Stan Lee picked up a "Lifetime Achievement Award."
- Aintitcool.com has a review of the Fantastic Four movie novelization: "This is either going to be a very fun movie or a disaster but prepared for the latter." Check out the full spoiler filled review at the link above.
- Hello! magazine has a report up and pictures from the Tokyo premiere of Batman Begins. In attendance were director Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Ken Watanabe, Katie Holmes and producer Charles Roven.
- Mickey Rourke fought back tears at the British premiere of Sin City on Monday because he never thought he'd get a second chance in Hollywood after his addiction to drugs ended his film career.
- Check out this picture of the Batman Begins billboard in Toronto.
- Velvet Revolver reccorded a track called Come On Come In for the upcoming Fantastic Four soundtrack.
- Cartoon Network has scheduled the network debut of the Clash episode of Justice League Unlimited for Saturday, June 11 at 9 p.m. Captain Marvel, the World's Mightiest Mortal, joins the Justice League as Lex Luthor initiates a new plot. Clash was written by J.M. DeMatteis and Dwayne McDuffie and was directed by Dan Riba. Jerry O'Connell provides the voice of Captain Marvel and Shane Haboucha provides the voice of Billy Batson. The episode will have an encore on Sunday, June 12 at 10:30 p.m.