Above you can see the tweet that the Associated Press sent in regards to the bodies of the victims of the MH17 crash. Unfortunately, the grammatical ambiguity of the sentence gave it an entirely different meaning. For reference, here's what it could have been:
See? Nerds on the internet get into heated debates about the Oxford comma and grammatical clarity all the time, but this actually had some consequences! Luckily, they clarified the statement:
With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 putting up mediocre box office numbers earlier this fall, fans were worried that their promised Sinister Six movie might not go through. Rest easy, Spidey fans, Columbia just announced that Sinister Six will happen earlier than expected: November 11, 2016.
In response to Spidey's waning numbers, Columbia has pushed back The Amazing Spider-Man 3 to sometime in 2018. It looks like they're hoping a gaggle of villains (the anit-Avengers) might revitalize the franchise.This delay has left a prime movie real estate slot open for July 10, 2016, which Columbia is filling with an adaptation of Uncharted, a popular Naughty Dog video game about thief and treasure hunter, Nathan Drake.
What do you think, can Columbia save Spider-Man with the Sinister Six? Does Uncharted deserve its own movie?