The Weekly Ketchup: See The "Iron Man" Pics (Again), Bruce Willis Does Some Bay-bashing, Hermione's Bosom, And More!

by | May 18, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, Paramount shut down a website over some "Iron Man" photos (only to calm down later on), Bruce Willis took to some internet forum to talk some smack about Michael Bay (who felt compelled to respond), and some brilliant marketer felt the need to doctor the size of Emma Watson‘s chest for the latest "Harry Potter" poster.

Also, we had some early reactions to Nicole Kidman‘s "Invasion" and "Pirates 3," and Cillian Murphy appears to be returning to Gotham to take on "The Dark Knight" as the Scarecrow. Read On.

This Week’s Most Popular News:

Controversial "Iron Man" Pics are Back Online

Wanna see the "Iron Man" pics that were so scandalous they led to an entire website being shut down by Paramount’s legal department? OK.

Forum Poster Bruce Willis Ain’t Cool With Michael Bay

Bruce Willis has been chatting up some lucky web readers over his upcoming reemergence in "Live Free or Die Hard," talking movies and alienating "Armageddon" director Michael Bay along the way. Today: Bay’s response!

Harry Potter and the Fluctuating Bra Size

Now here’s a juicy little story that’s also a little … creepy. Seems that, on certain posters for "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," the size of Emma Watson’s … chest region … has been monkeyed with. (Keep in mind we’re talking about a 17-year-old actress playing a 15-year-old character.)

Test Screening "Reviews" for "Invasion" & "Pirates 3"

We’ve got some more early word on how Nicole Kidman’s "Invasion" is a mess — plus the first test screening / junket reviews of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End."

Will Scarecrow Return to Haunt "The Dark Knight"?

Hey "Batman" fans? Were you hoping to see more of Cillian Murphy in the "Batman Begins" sequel? Then here’s something you might want to read…


Apparently Richard Donner stayed on the good side of "Walter B."

In Other News:

  • Relativity Media has acquired film rights to Tom Clancy‘s novel "Without Remorse," with plans to begin production in early 2008.
  • Universal Pictures has acquired "The Remarkable Fellows," an action comedy to be directed by "Smokin’ Aces" helmer Joe Carnahan.

The perfect face for a children’s movie.

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