It’s been 10 years since Spider-Man 3 brought Sam Raimi’s vision of the smartass superhero to an end, but the character’s already been rebooted twice. There were Marc Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man movies, which saw Andrew Garfield play Peter Parker as more of an angry nerd, and now Tom Holland’s donned the primary-colored spandex as part of the MCU. Show More Summary
In a new video, McFarlane explains the surprising reason why Amazing Spider-Man #300 and #301 have very similar covers. The post Todd McFarlane Shows Off Amazing Spider-Man Original Art appeared first on CBR.
An itsy bitsy Spider-Man sneaks into puny Parker's bedroom! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... You know, watching the amazing Spider-man breaking into his own room at Aunt May's without making a sound is so incredibly satisfying as a fantastic scene of normalcy. Show More Summary
The cancellation of Spider-Man 4 still feels like a missed opportunity, especially after how The Amazing Spider-Man movies turned out. Sony pulled the plug on what could’ve allowed Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire to send Spider-Man out on a high note. Show More Summary
Silver Sable is back, and Amazing Spider-Man #27 will explain how she survived what was believed to be a deadly attack by the Rhino. The post EXCL. PREVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man #27 Will Explain Silver Sable’s Return appeared first on CBR.
Dan Slott spoke about pitting Spidey against Norman Osborn and then Otto Octavius as Amazing Spider-Man heads towards its next era. The post Slott’s Spider-Man Prepares for Norman Osborn & The Superior Octopus appeared first on CBR.
As well as X-MEN: BLUE #1, JLA #4, WICKED + DIVINE #28, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: RENEW YOUR VOWS #6, and HAL JORDAN & THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #18.
Amazing Spider-Man topped the charts in March, but Batman and Rebirth powered DC Comics to the #1 publisher spot overall. The post DC Comics Pulls Ahead of Marvel in March’s Direct Market Sales appeared first on CBR.
Directed by Marc Webb ("(500) Days of Summer ", "The Amazing Spider-Man"), the drama "Gifted" tells the story of seven-year-old child prodigy Mary (McKenna Grace), who... For more, visit our blog !
When the history of superhero movies is written, Marc Webb’s two Amazing Spider-Man movies will likely be an awkward footnote. They left Andrew Garfield “heartbroken,” and franchise hopes were ultimately squandered when Marvel Studios decided to step in and take over, rebooting Spidey once again. Show More Summary
Marc Webb doesn't think The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was a disaster. What are you talking about?
In between the original Spider-Man film trilogy with Tobey Maguire, and the brand new Spider-Man that works with Marvel, there was another franchise that took a different take on the wall crawler. Ultimately the film's lack of success led to the new era with Marvel, but how does the...
Three years after making The Amazing Spider-Man 2, director Marc Webb has a new film, Gifted, in theaters. Telling the story of a young man (Chris Evans) raising his brilliant young niece (Mckenna Grace), the film is very different in scale, genre and tone and tone from the...
The appearance of Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War was seen as a hard reset of the character, a necessary reboot after two misguided Amazing Spider-Man films directed by Marc Webb, which seemed more concerned with building a universe than telling interesting, new Spider-Man stories. Show More Summary
Marc Webb says it's difficult to think of "The Amazing Spider-Man" in terms of regrets: "I felt really, really fortunate to have that opportunity." The post Amazing Spider-Man Films ‘Weren’t Disasters,’ Director Says appeared first on CBR.
When we spoke with director Jon Watts last year on the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming, he mentioned that the best piece of advice he received from Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb was the instruction to schedule a lunch with Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee.
With ties to AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and CIVIL WAR II.
From superhero to super creepy. Spider-Man transforms into a nightmarish stalker in this chilling spoof of the “The Amazing Spider-Man” movies, starring Andrew Garfield. Instead of web-slinging his way around New York, the recut version...Show More Summary
The crowd-pleasing film stars Chris Evans, Jenny Slate and Octavia Spencer.
I'm not sure why I put the reprint before the original this time around... it's Amazing Spider-Man #2 and the reprint in Amazing Spider-Man King-Size Special #7. Obviously, a new cover was done for the main feature as well as the additional stories... Show More Summary