I can’t wait to see “Elizabethtown”!!!

Dunst Confirms ‘Spidey 3’ Villain Identities
LOS ANGELES ( – Although the Internet has been abuzz with the supposed identities of the two “Spider-Man 3” villains to be played by Thomas Haden Church and Topher Grace, Sony and Marvel have kept the names under wraps.
Now Mary Jane herself has confirmed Spidey’s latest nemeses.
“We have really great people though as the villains in this film, Thomas Haden Church and Topher Grace — Venom and Sandman,” says Kirsten Dunst while promoting her film “Elizabethtown.”
“Maybe I wasn’t supposed to say that,” she says, checking with her rep, who assures her the information has already been released.
The “Interview with a Vampire” actress is a little shaky on the information at first, saying that Church would play Venom and Grace would take on Sandman, before reversing her claim when a journalist expresses disbelief. “It’s the other way around. You’re right,” she concedes.
Dunst can be forgiven since she has yet to receive a script for the film that will begin shooting in January.
“But I know the general story,” she adds. “There’s a lot that they’re trying to fit into this one.”
For those like Dunst who are unfamiliar with the universe of Marvel miscreants, Sandman is a career criminal whose irradiated body can turn into a sand-like substance.
In the case of Venom, an alien symbiote that once masqueraded as Spider-Man’s costume takes over ex-reporter Eddie Brock — who has a beef with Spider-Man over a journalism-related embarrassment. The symbiote gives his body and hatred strength, creating a supervillain that looks like a black-and-white version of Spider-Man with a wicked smile.
After years of playing Lowell Mather on the aviation sitcom “Wings,” Church returned to the spotlight with his Oscar-nominated portrayal of Jack in 2004’s “Sideways.” Grace is best known as the scrawny Eric Forman on “That ’70s Show.” He’s received acclaim for his film roles in “Traffic,” “P.S.” and “In Good Company.”
Dunst, who plays redheaded actress Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker’s love interest in the first two “Spider-Man” films, will return for the third installment, which is scheduled for a Spring 2007 release. She recently wrapped shooting Sofia Coppola’s “Marie Antoinette” and next stars opposite Orlando Bloom in Cameron Crowe’s “Elizabethtown,” which opens nationwide on Friday, Oct. 14.