Each week a new Ultimate Fallout is released, but we still know very little about the latest web-slinger, Miles Morales. Some new preview images have surfaced, though, that seem to reveal SURPRISING new super powers.
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You know those spinning newspaper front pages that've been in movies and on TV for like forever? They've been a sci-fi staple as...
Sony is really, REALLY confident that The Amazing Spider-Man will be a huge success. They're so sure you'll fork over your money that they've already set a release for its sequel. That's right, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is headed your way!
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new Spider-Man. Ultimate Fallout #4 will drop tomorrow, but Marvel has already spilled the beans on the latest dude to spin a web, any size, and we've got the scoop on who he is.
Actor Andrew Garfield admitted to San Diego Comic-Con audiences how much it means to him to be playing Peter Parker in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man, and that adoration is a good thing—because it sounds like director Marc Webb was trying to scare the hell out of him for authenticity.
We never get to see the difficulties of the day-to-day activities for those endowed with superpowers. For instance, we don't learn how Magneto probably gets a violent shock every time he washes his hands, or how Poison Ivy has to stay constantly hopped-up on allergy medication.
The new Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield, didn't come out for the movie's Comic-Con presentation in the usual way. He showed up in costume!
In superhero movies, supporting characters often get overlooked or given short shrift. For instance, there were a couple of times during the Schumacher/Burton era when Jim Gordon only appeared on screen for a few minutes and appeared to be a largely ineffective bureaucrat. But fans of the comic book incarnation knew better, and were not at all surprised when he was shown to be a formidable person in the own right in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight.
It's official: the new Spider-Man trailer is out for all of us to enjoy without fear of takedowns. That leaked trailer we posted yesterday? Yeah, we know it's not playing. But this one is, and it's a whole two-and-a-half minutes of intense Spidey action.