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.
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?”
In Andrew Garfield’s defense, he was trying to joke around with the kid who was just a little too shocked to see him to respond.
Tobey Maguire had three outings as Peter Parker / Spider-Man under Sam Raimi, and that torch has since been passed along to Andrew Garfield and now Tom Holland. Earlier this week, Maguire passed along his praise in an entertaining way.
No matter what else went wrong with the Amazing Spider-Man movies, Andrew Garfield’s passion for the character was never in doubt. Unfortunately, along with being deeply invested in something comes the opportunity to be deeply let down.
The recent Sony hack has given some insight into just how unsure Sony is about its Spider-Man franchise, but whatever happens next, here's hoping they know how to show Peter Parker and Spider-Man on the big screen.
New rumours surrounding Sony say that any potential deal between them and Marvel for Spider-Man movies á la MCU would see the end of Andrew Garfield's time as Peter Parker. But why ditch one of the few great things to come from Sony's mishandling of the Spider-Man franchise?
Amazing Spider-Man 2 feels like four or five movies jammed together. The good news is, two of those movies are really, really good. The bad news is, the bloat and extra subplots get in the way of the storytelling, and feel like harbingers of overstuffed superhero movies to come. Minor spoilers ahead...
One thing The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has going for it is villains. It's got heaps and heaps of villains. So many villains. And we spoke exclusively to both Electro and the Green Goblin on why this movie is really all about them.
This new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 offers some insight into the tragedy of our key villain, Electro. Spider-Man tries to reason with the human live wire, but things aren't looking good for Electro.
While the trailers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have shown us tons of villains, Electro is the bad guy who takes center stage — and he has powers that go beyond what we've seen in the trailers so far. He'll go from the saddest of sad sacks to the man whose powers are far beyond anything Peter Parker can imagine.
Andrew Garfield didn't make a wall-crawling entrance into the Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel at Comic-Con, but he did arrive in costume and in character. For the first part of the panel, Garfield answered only to the name "Spider-Man" and replied to all questions in character.
There's a lightning bolt on his sleeve! Get it? You get it. Behold the first official picture of Jamie Foxx as Spider-Man's new nemesis in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. In other news, Andrew Garfield is open to making Peter Parker gay by swapping Mary Jane out for a boy, Mark Johnson.
Director Marc Webb has spent WonderCon talking up his Spider-Man reboot, and he revealed one big new detail. While the Lizard is the main villain this time around, the movie will also hint at who Spidey will face in the sequels.
You've seen the exceptionally moody and action-packed new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man. But what secrets does it hide about the Lizard and Spider-Man's parents?
We had a lot of burning questions about the big Spider-Man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man. Is Peter Parker cool now? Where does Emma stand on the Gwen Vs. Mary-Jane debate? How does Dr. Curt Connors fit into this webby world they've created?
San Diego Comic Con is a mosh pit of tastemakers. A good showing at Comic Con can generate unstoppable buzz for a project, that can last for months. A weak showing can deal a devastating setback to a creator's dreams.
The first ever trailer for Marc Webb's Spider-Man reboot is officially out! See how Peter Parker has mutated from the wide-eyed Sam Raimi superhero to this lanky gloom cloud incarnation played by Andrew Garfield. Plus brand new Spider Vision! Watch!
We've caught our first glimpse of the villain of Marc Webb's Spider-Man reboot (sort of). While shooting a special scene, one oddly covered extra scurried past photographers hoping to hide his identity. But his eyes reveal his secret.
Marc Webb's high school-set Spider-Man reboot is currently filming, and a new set report suggests that the movie's showdown will be a lot more dramatic than the jazz-handed previous installment. Spoilers ahead...