There are many films set in the great city of New York, but none of them are quite like director Marc Webb's film 'The Only Living Boy In New York,' starring, Callum Turner, Cynthia Nixon, and Kiersey Clemons. Read more | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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
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.
Noticing that the actor is wearing little more than some stubble on his face in Marc Webb's The Only Living Boy In New York, you suddenly recognize that it's been nearly a decade since he last played a facial hair-less part.
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
New on Blu-ray “Gifted” (20th Century Fox DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $34.99; also available on VOD) After making two poorly received Spider-Man movies, director Marc Webb gets back to his indie roots with “Gifted,” a domestic melodrama that hits its emotional beats just hard enough to get the job done....
Sam Raimi directed three Spider-Man movies and Marc Webb directed two Spider-Man movies, so it’s a bit of a tradition to let the guy who made one Spider-Man movie do at least one other Spider-Man movie—even if the first one wasn’t that great. Show More Summary
Most people would agree Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies are superior to Marc Webb's Spider-Man movies. The question then becomes, "Why?" Well, we found a video that does a very good job of explaining "Why?" More »
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."
When a movie has the word "amazing" in the title, it comes with certain expectations. For The Amazing Spider-Man movies, however, they often failed to live up to their title. After Sam Raimi decided not to try to leave the franchise on a high note making Spider-Man 4, Sony and Columbia fast-tracked their plans to reboot Spider-Man. Show More Summary
In fact, Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts recently revealed that Marc Webb reached out to him ahead of filming the latest Spider-Man venture. He said...
To reboot or not to reboot. That was the question facing Sony Studios just three years ago. After The Amazing Spider-Man 2 left almost no one excited for a third go-round with Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield’s bumming brooder, Sony had little choice except to continue down the same road, with diminishing returns and eventually […]
After the debacle that was the Amazing Spider-Man franchise, it was reassuring to see Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer) get back on the saddle with Gifted, starring Chris Evans (Snowpiercer) and an adorable Grace McKenna (Designated Survivor). Unfortunately, his...
Marc Webb always seemed like a weird fit for the Spider-Man movies. The music video director broke through as a feature filmmaker with (500) Days of Summer, a gentle and wistful romantic comedy, and if his hire indicated the Spidey-makers at Sony wanted something more than your typical superhero movie, his two cracks at the […]
"That's her - the other woman." Amazon + Roadside have unveiled the first official trailer for The Only Living Boy in New York, the second film from director Marc Webb being released this year (his other one is Gifted starring Chris Evans). Show More Summary
After spending around five years or so of his life making The Amazing Spider-Man movies, director Marc Webb returned to movies much smaller in scale. Webb’s first post-Spidey gig, Gifted, was well liked and struck a chord with audiences, making $24 million at the box-office. Show More Summary
With the uncanny coincidence of two Simon and Garfunkel-inspired movie titles, Marc Webb‘s The Only Boy Living in New York and Edgar Wright‘s Baby Driver, coming out this summer, Wright made a tweet for the asking of others to join this accidental Simon and Garfunkel Song Title Cinematic Universe. Show More Summary