This has been a big, weird, transitional year for Spider-Man movie fans. Last May, they were waiting for the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man - directed by Marc Webb and starring Andrew Garfield - to hit theaters. Sony was expecting to launch its own shared universe, with Spider-Man spinoffs that [...]
Spider-Man fans have had a rough go of it the past few years. Many who loved Sam Raimi's depiction of the web-slinging wall-crawler weren't keen on seeing Tobey Maguire retired after only three films. Those who appreciated Marc Webb's...Show More Summary
Webb will serve as an executive producer on CBS' 'Limitless' and The CW's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.' read more
The Amazing Spider-Man’s Marc Webb landed on Deadline’s list of the overachievers of the 2015 upfronts after two pilots he had directed — drama Limitless and comedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend — were picked up to series and landed on the fall schedule at CBS and the CW, respectively, with him executive producing. Show More Summary
The Amazing Spider-Man's Marc Webb directs the pilot episode of the new show, coming to CBS The post Bradley Cooper Reprises His Film Role in the Trailer for the New Limitless Series! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Did Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb something with The Avengers? Want to hear Jeremy Renner sing about Hawkeye? What’s happening on the set of X-Men Apocalypse? How did Paul Rudd answer when asked about Captain America: Civil War?...Show More Summary
It's been a crazy few years for Spider-Man fans. Back in 2010, Sony scrapped plans for a Spider-Man 4 from Sam Raimi in favor of The Amazing Spider-Man reboot from Marc Webb. Then, before The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hit last year, Sony announced plans to build a big shared Spiderverse [...]
Between both the Sam Raimi and Marc Webb movies, audiences have seen multiple interpretations of Spider-Man's famed red and blue suit. Given how popular some of those designs were, it should be a certain challenge for Marvel Studios to come up with an equally satisfying look now that the hero is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Show More Summary
Showtime has opted not to proceed with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rachel Bloom’s half-hour comedy pilot with musical elements directed by Marc Webb. The project, co-penned by comedian and Robot Chicken staff writer Bloom and The Devil Wears...Show More Summary
CBS’s adaptation of the Bradley Cooper film Limitless is no longer in the hands of the property’s original director. Neil Burger, who helmed the 2011 film, was attached to direct the pilot, but he’s pulled out now due to a scheduling...Show More Summary
The next project from Marc Webb, who spent the last few years making the two Amazing Spider-Man movies for Sony, will be a superhero tale of sorts. But this new project won’t exactly be in the same vein he’s been mining of late. Webb is now set to direct the Limitless TV pilot, thereby launching […] The post Marc Webb Directing ‘Limitless’ Pilot appeared first on /Film.
'The Amazing Spider-Man' director Marc Webb has taken over for Neil Burger to direct the pilot episode of CBS' 'Limitless' TV show sequel. [...]
Neil Burger remains attached to executive produce alongside Bradley Cooper The post Marc Webb to Direct Limitless TV Series Pilot appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
There has been a director change on CBS’ drama pilot Limitless, from CBS TV Studios, K/O Paper Products and Relativity Media. The Amazing Spider-Man helmer Marc Webb will direct the pilot, based on the 2011 feature starring Bradley Cooper. Show More Summary
When last we saw the amazing Spider-Man on screen, he was swinging a hubcap at a charging, mechanical Rhino (Paul Giamatti) in the waning moments of Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The wall-crawler's future seemed clear. He'd next be called into action to fight and defeat The Sinister Six, a villainous squad born out of OsCorp's laboratory. Show More Summary
In the past 13 years, audiences have gotten five Spider-Man movies that took place in two different continuities. The first three the Sam Raimi films starring Tobey Maguire, and the last two the Marc Webb films starring Andrew Garfield. Show More Summary
David Rosen and director Marc Webb have sold their corporate espionage series, Professionals, to Showtime. The network has commissioned three scripts from Rosen, creator of TV shows with much better names like Us & Them and I Just Want My Pants Back. Show More Summary
Called 'Professionals,' the cabler has ordered three scripts read more
In a competitive situation, Showtime has landed Professionals, a half-hour comedy project from I Just Want My Pants Back and Us & Them creator David J. Rosen and feature director Marc Webb (The Amazing Spider-Man franchise, (500) Days Of Summer). Showtime has commissioned three script from the project to be written by Rosen. Show More Summary
“Creative differences” is that oft-cited reason that people bail on movie projects, but that can also be a big problem when making any film, especially one with a hefty financial burden. Look at the Spider-Man series of films from Sony. Show More Summary