CA's own Andy Khouri reported some pretty promising details from Sony's presentation of the film's new trailer and a special sizzle reel from this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man yesterday, but now thanks to the official release of the film footage online, fans can do like Levar Burton says and, you know, not just take our word for it. We've already told you about the magic inside the sizzle reel and the new trailer, but what are you waiting for? Watch new The Amazing Spider-
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Toys: Dark Knight Spud, everyone.
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Fans have gotten to see Spidey swing around and punch on a few bug-lookin' robots in Activision and Beenox's short trailers and concept art from this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man movie videogame
Sony has launched its official site for The Amazing Spider-Man, revealing new details about the July 3 film's plot with new wallpaper images, character bios and casting information. According to the site's official synopsis, "Like most teenagers his age, Peter is trying to figure out who he is and how he to
Whether fans have read the comics, watched the various animated series, or bought tickets to any of the first three Spider-Man movies, there's a good chance they're familiar with the Webslinger's origin. Accordi
Behold... The Lizard!
As cleverly discovered by Comic Book Movie, the secret visage of the villain from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man movie has been revealed (presumably unwittingly) in the form of a PEZ candy dispenser, just one of what's sure to be countless pieces of the film's licensed tie-in merchandise.Played by Comic-Con outlaw Rhys Ifans, The Lizard of The Amazing Spider-Man appears to be far more Killer Crockian than perhaps some fans expected, although it remains to be seen what sort of hideous mutations have affected the appendages and other b
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
Last month New York City Comic Con goers got an early look at Activision and Beenox's upcoming videogame adaptation of this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man movie, which showed off some city-wide webslining action. The new concept art Tweeted by Beenox studio head Dee Brown takes players inside some structures, however, to potentially reveal key locatio