It's an important moment in the life of Peter Parker, even if he doesn't know it yet.
The cover for one of the most character-defining deaths in comic book history has, unsurprisingly, fetched a pretty penny on auction.
Whenever Emma Stone does publicity for a film these days, it seems as if everyone has one burning question for her: Will Gwen Stacy bite the dust in The Amazing Spider-Man 2?
The first installment of Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man took its time with Peter Parker's (Andrew Garfield) life, focusing on his first love Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). But his eventual long-time gal Mary Jane Watson is reportedly going to show up in part two, and now we know what to expect from her debut.
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.
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.
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?
You're obviously interested in Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy—at least based on the number of you who read our post debuting Stone's new hairdo. But those were just pics of her walking the red carpet. How does she look on the set?
Ever since Emma Stone was announced as playing Gwen Stacy in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, one MAJOR question has been first and foremost in our mind—and it's how will the red-headed Stone, who seems much more suited to playing Mary-Jane Watson, look as the icy-blonde Stacy?
After testing for the roles of two of Peter Parker's loves, Emma Stone has landed the part of Gwen Stacy—previously played by Bryce Dallas Howard in Spider-Man 3—opposite Andrew Garfield in the upcoming Spidey reboot from director Marc Webb.