Give love another round of CPR 'cause it might not be dead after all! The Internet is latching onto rumors that "The Amazing Spider-Man" couple Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone may have rekindled their romance after a two-year break. The exclusive is out of the U.K. Show More Summary
On the /Film Daily podcast for August 11, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Brad Oman to discuss the news: a Neuromancer movie, Venom casting, more Hunger Games and Twilight movies, how The Amazing Spider-Man 3 was supposed to end, and more details about Leia and DJ’s roles in Star Wars: the Last Jedi. Show More Summary
A spotlight on Norman Osborn II! Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #10 by Ryan Stegman & Nathan Stockman. The post Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #10 appeared first on CBR.
Marc Webb, director of Amazing Spider-Man and Amazing Spider-Man 2, has revealed a few tiny details about where he and Sony would've taken the franchise for Amazing Spider-Man 3
Would-be director of canceled Amazing Spider-Man 3 finally reveals what was being planned for Andrew Garfield's third Peter Parker adventure.
Chris Cooper’s throwaway role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was going to lead to a more prominent role in the sequel that never got made. Director Marc Webb had planned to bring him back in a big way with The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which was once scheduled to come out in 2018. Show More Summary
When Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield were making their Amazing Spider-Man movies, Sony's plans were incredibly ambitious. It's all right there in the second film, which is filled with hints of the Sinister Six. More »
Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb shed light on Sony's plans for the abandoned Sinister Six adaptation. The post Marc Webb Discusses Sony’s Abandoned Sinister Six Plans appeared first on CBR.
Marc Webb is busy promoting his new movie, The Only Living Boy in New York, but he stopped to speak with Den of Geek about his time behind the cameras on the Spider-Man universe that eventually led to Sony and Marvel pairing up on Spider-Man: Homecoming.
It’s crazy that a few short years ago, the character of Spider-Man was headed in a completely different direction. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 had yet to come out, and anticipation was high that Andrew Garfield would play the characterShow More Summary
Will the full force of Peter's company be enough to stop the Superior Octopus & Hydra?! Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man #31 by Dan Slott & Stuart Immonen. The post Amazing Spider-Man #31 appeared first on CBR.
The part that we find so funny is that, when the Amazing Spider-Man movies underperformed (by industry standards), the drum beat of "give Spidey back to Marvel" was deafening. Sony obliged, and Marvel helped the studio create a fantastic Spider-Man film that truly felt like an organic...
IDW Publishing's The Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Newspaper Comics Collection Vol. 4 (1983-1984) by Stan Lee, Fred Kida & Floro Dery. The post The Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Newspaper Comics Collection Vol. 4 (1983-1984) appeared first on CBR.
Spidey, Mary Jane, and practically every villain ol’ Webhead has fought makes an appearance on the Amazing Spider-Man Issue #500 Comic Cover T-Shirt. In Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 #500, titled Happy Birthday, Part Three, Peter Parker gets to experience a ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ moment, [...]
The "Amazing Spider-Man" star says his remarks were widely misconstrued.
Peter Parker will return to his roots in Marvel's The Amazing Spider-Man #789, but don't expect him to be snapping photos again. The post Peter Parker Returns to the Daily Bugle in Marvel Legacy appeared first on CBR.
Will MJ give in to the Venom symbiote's villainous urges? Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #9 by Gerry Conway, Ryan Stegman & Juan Frigeri The post Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #9 appeared first on CBR.
Sony has proven it can still produce money-making Spider-Man movies. After two tries with Andrew Garfield as Spidey in 2012's "The Amazing Spider-Man" and its sequel in 2014 — both of which were financial and critical duds — the studio...Show More Summary
ScreenCrush shared this video to illustrate that small choices that make Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 feel like "a careful character study disguised as an action-packed blockbuster" and Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man 2 feel more like "a Sony executive's checklist."
Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming features a bizarre reference to The Amazing Spider-Man films, and you probably didn't even notice.