This summer, Emma Stone had the pleasure of playing Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man. The character was the apple of Peter Parker's eye and eventually changed his life forever. For the upcoming sequel, Stone wants Gwen's story to take a dark turn.
In the hands of director Marc Webb, Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man exploded at the box office this summer with more than $600 million and a big helping of critical acclaim. Naturally, that means Sony wants Webb back for the sequel, and word is Webb wants to come back too. But it might not be that simple.
We all know Peter Parker's a science nerd, but how realistic are the concepts he's dealing with in The Amazing Spider-Man? After all, a key plot point is a scientist who injects himself with lizard DNA to regrow a limb and becomes a monster instead. Well, according to actual scientists, the lizard monster part might be off, but the rest isn't all that crazy.
We've known for some time that a sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man has already been in the works even before the first movie opened. But now we have official evidence that there is even more Spider-Man on the way.
The Amazing Spider-Man is finally in theaters, and we know all you True Believers will be on the lookout for the traditional cameo by Spidey's co-creator, Stan "The Man" Lee. Lee's definitely in the movie, and while we won't spoil the specifics of his cameo for you, we can tell you there was at least one bit Lee wanted for his appearance that director Marc Webb turned down.
We still have to wait a day to see The Amazing Spider-Man, but the flick's already open in several overseas markets and it's doing great. How great? Well, in at least one of those markets it managed to top the opening weekend of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Andrew Garfield did a lot of preparation to get ready to play Peter Parker and his web-headed alter ego in The Amazing Spider-Man. He went over every letter of the script, trained for all the stunt sequences and worked on his American accent, but Garfield apparently went a step further. It seems he took the time to watch a certain X-rated web slinger at work ...
The latest trailer for Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man has popped up online, showing off quite a bit of new Spidey vs. Lizard action.
Though they're both Marvel properties, and both on the big screen this summer, The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man are controlled by different film studios—making a true crossover nearly impossible at the moment. But, that didn't stop Marvel from nearly sneaking a Spidey easter egg into the box office juggernaut Avengers.
A new clip from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man has been released, showing off an action-packed scene in which Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) runs through Oscorp, trying to hide from a rampaging Lizard (Rhys Ifans). So ... does he find her?