(Not) Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

As a result of the tragic events that unfolded in New York on Tuesday, several upcoming Hollywood productions were postponed, altered or canceled. Here’s a short list of the moves Hollywood made after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center:

– Teaser trailer for Sony’s “”Spider-Man,”” which features the hero stringing bank robbers up on a web between the Twin Towers, has been pulled from theaters and the Web. USA Today reports that the filmmakers also will airbrush the buildings out of the final film.- Tim Allen’s comedy “”Big Trouble”” has been rescheduled for 2002, based on a subplot involving a character who sneaks a bomb onto an airplane.- “”Collateral Damage,”” Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest about a fireman who loses his wife and son in a terrorist attack, has been postponed indefinitely. – Ed Burns’ (“”She’s The One””) romantic comedy, “”Sidewalks of New York,”” reportedly has been moved back from September until November.- An upcoming Jackie Chan film, “”Nosebleed,”” is being altered as a result of the attack. The original concept involved Chan as a window washer at the Trade Center who foils a terrorist’s plot to blow up the Statue of Liberty. The plot will be re-worked.The television industry also made some major moves as a result of the attack. The Emmy’s, scheduled for Sunday night, have been postponed. And Thursday morning, NBC announced that they will delay the launch of their Fall Television schedule, and urged the other networks to so the same.– Sean O’Connell