Two Spider-Men dropped in on host Emma Stone last night during her Saturday Night Live monologue. On one side she faced a Spidey-costumed Andy Samberg as he shot silly string, inquired about Stone's role as Gwen Stacy, referenced a similar monologue from when former Mary Jane Kirsten Dunst hosted SNL and teased her The Amazing Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield for his name's similarities to a certain cartoon cat. On the other? None other than Garfield himself. Se
Movies: Andrew Garfield looks like he's set to shred some NYC pavement, while Emma Stone is rocking some serious boots. The Amazing Spider-Man has me wanting to hit the halfpipe (without shattering my collarbone).
Gaming: DC Universe On
Remember a decade ago when Spider-fandom's biggest cinematic concern was whether or not Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man webshooters would be mechanical or organic? No Bono songs, no deals with the devil, no The Mask-like dance numbers, just friggin' webs. Those were the dadburn days, amirite? In a more tu
Kids today. They are all about the smooching, man. They smooch in the sunshine out on the bleachers for all of Midtown High (or somesuch bleacherized locale) to see. It's young love, y'all. Young love Spider-Man reboot style! How's that going to look in 3-D? Set photos at Gossip Center by GinsburgSpaly and PacificCo
Movies: If you were worried about Emma Stone getting thrown off a bridge in the upcoming Spider-Man reluanch, the upcoming Gwen Stacy actress seems to be have put fears at ease on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Interview: Tom Spurgeon ta
Emma Stone's casting in the Spider-Man reboot has been a curious thing. Initially, we all thought she was Mary Jane Watson, and some side-by-side shots of Stone and Peter Parker's red-haired main squeeze convinced many of us, yours truly included, that it was a solid fit. But tha