Andrew Garfield, and the Amazing Spider-Man for many fans, were not up to par for the Marvel character. The Sam Raimi led Spider-Man 1 and Spider-Man 2 were commercial success, with the the third not doing as well. Though, in the end it was Raimi who chose to leave the franchise, and led Sony to... Show More Summary
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Is Andrew Garfield thinking about becoming a father?! Over the weekend, the 32-year-old did press for his new movie 99 Homes where he plays a single dad who loses his home to foreclosure. [ Related: Andrew Garfield Finally Comments On The New Spider-Man! ] Although The Social Network star does not have any children of his own, [...]
Andrew Garfield recently turned introspective about The Amazing Spider-Man's problems. He should turn elsewhere for the blame.
Also, Gisele Bundchen threatened Tom Brady with divorce, while Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield might be back together...
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield's relationship are on the rocks which may just end up for another breakup. But this time, it's because of a third party. Rumors claim that Stone and Gosling are getting too close on the set of their upcoming movie.
What’s Batman doing in the latest Suicide Squad set video? Does Luke Cage have a new production title? Why is Andrew Garfield comparing Spider-Man to prison? What’s the title of Lexi Alexander‘s Arrow episode? Want to see more promos for Arrow, The Flash, and Gotham? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Show More Summary
Actor Andrew Garfield, who after two films was dumped from his role as Spider-Man, lamented on Monday how broadly the films were promoted, sneering that he had to appeal to American "bigots." He complained of Sony's marketing for the comic book movies: "The pressure to get it right, to please everyone… it's not going to happen."
Andrew Garfield is an addict to hurling Sony and their Spider-Man films under the bus. Every interview this guy is involved with somehow ends with him going off on how the studio treated him, what their true intentions with these movies were, or how it was all their fault and not his. Show More Summary
In retrospect, the Amazing Spider-Man turned out to be a failed experiment. It turned out that people weren't really interested in seeing a rebooted version of the wall-crawler so soon after Sam Raimi's trilogy, and to make matters worse the two movies are mediocre at best. Show More Summary
It's time to bid adieu to Spider-Man as we knew him. Young actor Tom Holland is stepping into Andrew Garfield's shoes to play the iconic comic-book role in the next iteration of the superhero's big-screen story. We spoke to Garfield over the weekend in LA, where he was doing press for his upcoming drama 99 Homes. Show More Summary
The actor Andrew Garfield, who is dating Emma Stone (confirmed: paparazzi spotted them at lunch this weekend—see for yourself), played the Amazing Spider-Man in the The Amazing Spider-Man in 2012 and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014. Was this a fun and lucrative opportunity for Andrew Garfield? Only the second thing. Read more...
"I was never Spider-Man." So says Andrew Garfield. After Sam Raimi directed Tobey Maguire in his trilogy of films, The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel were not as well received by the public. Whether or not you believe Garfield was...Show More Summary
Andrew Garfield was brilliant in the Spider-Man films, but he is now comparing the way they were made to "prison." Also, Kesha will guest star on Jane the Virgin! Praise.
The former Spider-Man and acclaimed star of the upcoming drama ‘99 Homes’ opens up about how presidential candidate Donald Trump is dividing America.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" star weighed in on how the pressure to please everyone negatively impacted his experience working on the films.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield step out to grab some lunch on Sunday (August 30) in Los Angeles. The couple have not been spotted together since early June — we’re glad to see them back again. Andrew was seen sporting long hair and a mustache while out to lunch, perhaps for a new film! PHOTOS: [...]
I am part of a select group of comic-book movie fans. I liked Marc Webb’s two Spider-Man movies (gasp!), and was interested in finding out where the storyline was heading. I thought Chris Cooper was primed to create an iconic Norman...Show More Summary
"The Amazing Spider-Man" star revealed why he was never truly Spider-Man and how his own vulnerability contributed to the way he played the role.
A lot of ink (the digital variety) has been spilled about the inadequacies of the Amazing Spider-Man twology that failed to capture imaginations and failed to launch a vast Spider-Man universe for Sony Pictures. What went wrong? Was it the fault of the films’ star Andrew Garfield? Well, from the sounds of it, Garfield certainly […]