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.
A mega-trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man has been released, showing off a ton of new footage from director Marc Webb's Peter Parker reboot—including a breathtaking rescue from a burning car hanging off a bridge.
Considering that the theatrical cut of The Amazing Spider-Man was missing several scenes we'd already glimpsed in early trailers, it seems the "Untold Story" still remains to be told. Now some deleted scenes finally give us a look at Peter Parker's backstory that was left on the cutting room floor.
Hear that crazy crumbling noise? It's the sound of another world record being broken for a single piece of comic art. The winning bid for this iconic Spidey cover was over $600K so don't give up on those art classes just yet. Head in for the ultra-auction scoop...
We didn’t have to see all the shenanigans and confusion in those leaked emails to know Sony has no clue what to do with the Spider-Man franchise, and now it sounds like the plan might’ve changed. Again.