LAS VEGAS (AP) — Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence aren’t lacking in charisma, but the two modern superstars enlivened Tuesday night’s proceedings at CinemaCon in unexpected ways when Pratt dropped the mic … on Lawrence’s foot.
Pratt and Lawrence were at the annual gathering of theater owners to promote “Passengers,” a sci-fi fantasy from “The Imitation Game’s” Morten Tyldum out this December from Sony Pictures.
Studio chairman Tom Rothman also announced the title of their Spider-Man reboot: “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” New star Tom Holland was in attendance too, fresh from the “Captain America: Civil War” premiere in L.A.
The studio also showed a look at Ang Lee’s adaptation of Ben Fountain’s acclaimed novel “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” Antoine Fuqua’s “The Magnificent Seven,” starring Pratt and Denzel Washington, and debuted a clip from “Ghostbusters.”
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