Ahead of tomorrow's new trailer, here's a potent pair of gritty Spider-Man posters to remind you of the other Marvel superhero franchise primed for action this summer. Twice as nice with the addition of Parker's combat-torn torso.
There's a rumor bouncing around out there that the suits at Sony are none too pleased with Marc Webb's take on The Amazing Spider-Man. In fact, according to someone claiming to have an inside source, they "hate" it.
The Amazing Spider-Man viral promotional campaign has been leaking out random Peter Parker tidbits for months, but the latest bit might be the coolest: The specs for Spidey's webslingers.
Yes, we're still months away from the release of Marc Webb's Webslinger reboot, but apparently things like box-office performance and audience response aren't all that important: Sony's plunging ahead with a sequel and they're spending a fortune on a pair of writers they hope can deliver.
We've been pumped to see Spider-Man go toe-to-toe with The Lizard ever since we learned he'd be the villain in this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man, but some fans have worried that the reptilian baddie will creep into theaters without his famous white lab coat. Well, director Marc Webb has finally addressed the issue, and he says you can all relax.
The first few clips and trailers from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man have shown us a different take on Peter Parker, including his snarky side. Director Marc Webb says that's what he was aiming for, because his Spidey is actually a bit of a bully.
Wanna see a few more, awesome shots from The Amazing Spider-Man? Well, you're in luck, because the new Japanese trailer is chock full of them.
Mary Jane Watson, who? The latest clip for The Amazing Spider-Man has Spidey crushing hard for good ole Gwen Stacy.
Everyone's got their own idea of the ideal Spider-Man villain. Some like the classic matchup of Doctor Octopus, while others prefer the more modern savagery of someone like Carnage. But whether you're happy with Amazing Spider-Man's choice of The Lizard as its villain or not, producer Matt Tolmach says the character is "inextricably tied" to the story.
We're just three months away from seeing The Amazing Spider-Man on the big screen, and we can't wait to get to know Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker just a little bit better. Thankfully, we've got a couple of new clips to check out until then, including one that sees Spidey mix wit and web against a street thug.