For centuries Michael has intrigued us with his talent as well as his giving, non-judgemental personality. We were introduced to him as a child, and we watched Michael grow and mature into the first, and forever greatest pop entertainer the world has produced. We sympathized with his story, and adored him for draining our hearts with hit after hit.
June 25th, 2008 markes the day that we see the superstar retire from the world. The legend due to cardiac arrest, and the inability to be revived, passes away altering the mood of billions instantly. His inspiration will continue to live in the music of artist decades later, and his memory will stay alive in all the hearts he was able to touch, as well as the ones who will be introduced to his music long after his demise.
The Source Staff brings you highlights of all aspects of Michael, and attempts to honor the amazing musician with an abundance of videos as well as his contributions to music, charity, fashion and every other area his presence automatically altered.
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Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst and director Sam Raimi will all return for the fourth installment of the Spider-Man movie franchise which is slated for release May 6th, 2011. Producer Todd Black hinted to the New York Post at the potential plot of the movie, none of which included wedding bells for Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson. Instead, the producer told the Post that the villain had a significant connection to the Big Apple. “We’re just coming up with who the villain is now,” he said. “We’ll be shooting in New York again. Trust me, people will appreciate who we pick, because it’ll be a big part of New York.” In past films, Spider-Man has faced off with the Green Goblin, Dr. Octopus, Venom and Sandman, leaving a number of famous villains who could make their silver screen debut in “Spider-Man 4.” Options include Kraven the Hunter, Chameleon, the Hobgoblin, Mysterio, Venom offspring Carnage and the Lizard, whose human alter-ego, Dr. Curt Connors, had a role in the previous two movies. According to rumors, however, all signs are pointing to New York crime boss the Kingpin, who was played by Michael Clarke Duncan character appeared in 20th Century Fox’s “Daredevil” and would likely require a rights acquisition by Sony Pictures.
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