The award-winning composer talks with SPINOFF about his successful collaborations with Christopher Nolan, and keying in on the human side of superheroes.
Responding to criticism of the sequel, the actor says he “genuinely loved” the script, but then Sony stepped in to make edits.
The rising star explores a new genre — zombie romantic comedy — looks ahead to his stint playing James Dean and plots a return as Spider-Man’s arch-foe.
The longtime collaborators have decided to pursue separate film projects, but they’ll continue to work together on television productions.
Director Marc Webb explains that Electro is the main threat of the Sony sequel, and “Every other villain emerges around that.”
Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield and director Marc Webb discuss the Peter Parker-Gwen Stacy dynamic in a new Amazing Spider-Man 2 featurette.
A pair of featurettes show off new footage from Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 while also revealing a look behind the scenes.
Cast as Mary Jane Watson, Shailene Woodley’s scenes were cut when Marc Webb decided to “streamline” the film. Now she’s poised to headline her own franchise.
Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man and Jamie Foxx’s Electro get their own own international poster hyping Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2′s Daily Bugle Tumblr mentions Empire State University’s “Introduction to Live Cloning” class, taught by Miles Warren.
Jamie Foxx’s Electro makes an appearance in three new posters for director Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which opens May 2.