Director Marc Webb reveals a sneak peek of the larger-eyed Spider-Man costume for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 as Felicity Jones announces her involvement in the sequel
In this week’s installment, Brian Cronin looks into whether Jean-Claude Van Damme’s 1989 sci-fi film Cyborg began as both a planned sequel to Masters of the Universe and a Spider-Man movie.
Next Wednesday sees the release of Superior Spider-Man #1, Marvel Comics’ new series in which Peter Parker has been replaced by… someone else (I’ll save the spoilers for under the jump, in the unlikely instance that you haven’t read the story or seen the news somewhere else). Thing is, that’s clearly not the version of Spider-Man that’ll appear in the next Amazing Spider-Man movie or Disney XD’s Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. But does it matter?
The news that the sequel to this year’s The Amazing Spider-Man has found its Harry Osborn is another sign that we’re going to see the Green Goblin in the rebooted movie continuity before too long. Are the movies selling the Spider-Man mythos by returning to the same bad guys?
Brady Corbet (Melancholia), Dane DeHaan (Chronicle) and Alden Ehrenreich (Beautiful Creatures) are reportedly among the young actors mentioned to play Harry Osborn in Sony’s Amazing Spider-Man sequel.
While Sony Pictures took some liberties with Peter Parker’s origin in The Amazing Spider-Man, the studio apparently plans to get back in line with Marvel comics history with the 2014 sequel, at least in one regard: the death of Gwen Stacy.
Columbia Pictures President Doug Belgrad suggests Marc Webb’s commitment to Fox may keep the director from returning for the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man.
Sony Pictures quietly confirmed this week that The Amazing Spider-Man, director Marc Webb’s franchise reboot, is the first film in a planned trilogy.
The Amazing Spider-Man opens today, giving audiences the chance to finally work out those Emma Stone-as-Gwen Stacy issues, and see if Andrew Garfield is less annoying than Tobey Maguire as everyone’s favorite friendly neighborhood wall crawler (But, really, how could he not be?). But there’s one question that everyone’s been asking: Did we actually need it to be a reboot?
Before even opening in the States, Amazing Spider-Man has earned over $50 million in international markets in Asia and Europe.
One half of the powerhouse writing duo of Kurtzman and Orci, Alex Kurtzman talks about his upcoming projects The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Ender’s Game and Star Trek 2.
The Amazing Spider-Man producers Avi Arad and Matthew Tolmach discuss their hopes for the Venom film, and how they want it to be an Eddie Brock story based on the comics.