Though we've seen a good bit of promo material for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man reboot, the studio has kept a pretty tight lid on what they're doing with the film's big bad The Lizard—until now.
Sam Raimi's tenure as director of the Spider-Man movie franchise saw boatloads of box office revenue and massive critical acclaim. (Well, for two-thirds of it, anyway.) That means Amazing Spider-Man has some big shoes to fill, and it seems the flick may be stepping up to the plate by upping the ante on its characters' fates.
Fans curious to get a longer look at Andrew Garfield's take on Spider-Man are in luck—and judging by the first bit of footage—things aren't going to be easy for the new Peter Parker.
When word broke that indie movie up-and-comer Andrew Garfield had been cast as Spider-Man in the upcoming film reboot, the fan reaction was admittedly mixed. Turns out Garfield, who is a huge Spidey fan himself, wasn't too psyched about the move either.
Some fans may have to put their pitchforks down, with all the buzz surrounding the new Amazing Spider-Man trailer. Footage was shown off at special sneak-peek events last night in a few major cities, and most would argue the trailer looks good. Really good.
Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb knows he has some big shoes to fill, following up Sam Raimi's recent blockbuster trilogy of Spidey films. That's why he's not thinking so much about what worked in the past, and is instead focusing on telling a different type of story.
Sony Pictures has released the official plot synopsis for this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man. What's Peter Parker's main objective? It's not who or what you think.
The producers of The Amazing Spider-Man really want you to like their movie. They, along with stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, recently traveled to Tokyo to do some overseas promotion. They wanted everyone to know that Spider-Man is back, and they've made some changes (for the better).
Things have been a little quiet on the Spider-Man front as of late. Apparently, Sony felt the same way and launched the official website for director Marc Webb's reboot—and on it, popped a handful of new purty images.
Sony has released a new poster for The Amazing Spider-Man and it's cloaked in mystery. The tagline teases an "untold story," which makes us wonder—are there drastic changes ahead?