A lot of fans have been looking forward today's premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man film to see just how Marc Webb's take on Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's Webslinger would differ from Sam Raimi's 2002-2007 trilogy. Does Andrew Garfield have what it takes to pull off the role of Peter Parker? What's his chemistry with Emma Stone as Gw
Even though Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man stars new actors Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Rhys Ifans, some fans are facing cinematic fatigue considering its basic plot will cover much of the same ground as Sam Raimi's trilogy of Spidey films, which spanned 2002-2007. Will The Amazing Spider-Man movie really be THAT much different? Can't Wait For The Movies ponder
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
Activision and Beenox's The Amazing Spider-Man video game may be acting as a sequel to this summer's Spidey film, story-wise, but it seems to have plenty in common with its source material on the visual side of things. The latest promo for the game spotlights its "Web Rush" mechanic, which gives players the chance to alternate bet
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.
It turns out the star of Sony's upcoming
It's probably not that uncommon for some comic book fans to fantasize about being Stan Lee, considering he co-created much of the Marvel Universe and had the honor of working with such comic book legends as Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and John Buscema (amongst many, many others) in the process. But, let's face it: It'd be so much better to be a Stan Lee who ha