A few weeks back, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Andrew Garfield -- who plays Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the current Amazing Spider-Man film franchise -- recounted a conversation he had with a producer, in which he wondered out loud why Spider-Man couldn't be gay or bisexual. When this quote was mentioned to Stan Lee over the weekend at Fandomfest in Louisville, Kentucky, the 90-year-old co-creator of Spider-Man made an awkward attempt at a humorous response: "I figure one sex is enough for anybody."
Moviegoers hoping to find out the definitive "untold story" of Peter Parker's parents didn't exactly get that in the movie released in theaters in July. Concrete answers are still pretty elusive in the 17-minute collection of deleted scenes that hit YouTube ov
Call me a pessimist if you will, but I had a lot of misgivings going into The Amazing Spider-Man, the new Marc Webb film that reboots the Spider-Man movie franchise based on the Marvel superhero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. For one thing, going back to the
Hot Toys has been responding to this summer's flurry of superhero films (namely, The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises) with something bordering on super speed -- or perhaps just the proportionate speed of a spider? Just in time for the July 3 release of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, Hot Toys has released a slew of images of its ASM 1/6 scale limited edition collectible figure.
We know the action scenes and spider-snarking are pretty on point for The Amazing Spider-Man, the new Marc Webb film based on the Marvel Comics superhero, but what impressed me most about the early footage ComicsAlliance previewed back in February was the chemistry between Emma Stone and Andew Garfield. There's a scene in which a distinctly Romita-esque Gwen Stacy joins Peter Parker for some authentically awkward "will-you-go-out-with-me" exchanges in the halls of their high school. It was utterly natural and extremely cute, and it's nice to see the romance angle played up in a dramatic fi
Oh, right, there's also a new Spider-Man movie coming out this summer! I've seen a few scenes from this one and taken collectively I enjoy The Amazing Spider-Man much more than all three previous Spidey movies combined, and I will be surprised (not really) if you don't agree when the Marc Webb film is released next month. Certainly, from what we've seen in this clip and elsewhere, the action and characterizations are much more on point than in the gloomy t
It's not just a meeting of minds, it's the kind of thing that Marvel would've once called "When Titans Clash!" But former movie Spider-Man Tobey Maguire and his cinematic successor Andrew Garfield are foregoing the traditional "fight, then team-up" routine in the upcoming issue of VMan magazine.
Your superhero movie attention span may feel like it's been taxed to the max by both the Friday opening ofThe Avengers movie and yesterday's release of the final trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, but Sony would be remiss not to remind you that July also sees the release of Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man, right? Apparently so,
Obviously Peter Parker is going to behave differently as Spider-Man than he will in his nerdy, unmasked idiom, but the Amazing Spider-Man sizzle previewed for the press last month featured a wall-crawl
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