As anyone who has ever read many Spider-Man comics likely knows, the classic character of Gwen Stacy is typically not long for this world. Considering she will be the main love interest in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man reboot, it wouldn't be surprising for actress Emma Stone to want her version of Stacy to stick around a while—but it seems Stone is a Spidey classicist, and can't wait for Peter Parker's first love to bite the dust.
Quite a bit of new Amazing Spider-Man footage has been released thanks to a new promo push with Wal-Mart, and we can finally see some continuous shots to get a better feel for the vibe of Marc Webb's Spidey reboot. So how's it look?
Though many recent trailers and clips have been heavy on the action side, the latest poster for Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man serves as a little reminder—there's still a love story wrapped into the middle of all the superhero shenanigans.
Apart from some video snippets and a few bits of concept art, The Amazing Spider-Man's take on The Lizard (Rhys Ifans) has been kept pretty well under wraps—but now we're finally getting to see (and hear) a bit more of the new big bad.
The new Amazing Spider-Man flick is definitely playing up Peter Parker's (Andrew Garfield) scientific know-how, as the latest clip from Marc Webb's reboot shows Spidey using his greatest strength: His brain.
Whether you're excited or not that Marvel's famed web slinger is getting a big screen reboot, there's one point that's hard to argue—those action scenes in Amazing Spider-Man look really, really good. Especially the latest one.
A new trailer for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man has hit the internet, showing off a bit of new footage and a bit of additional insight into Peter Parker's (Andrew Garfield) learning curve when he's putting together his Spidey gadgets.
If you're looking for some insight into Dr. Curt Connors' (Rhys Ifans) transformation into The Amazing Spider-Man's big bad The Lizard, look no further than the latest batch of viral clips that take us behind the scenes at Oscorp Industries.
A new international trailer for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man has made its way online, showing off quite a few new web-slinging shots—plus, we get to see Spidey toss Gwen Stacy out of a window (and catch her).
Is the great American action movie an endangered species? Have CG-heavy comic book and sci-fi movies rendered old-fashioned muscles and explosions obsolete? Not if you believe this ass-kicking, rah-rah trailer one fan cut for this summer's Expendables 2.