Marc Webb‘s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is just about four months away and while much of the talk surrounding the film has been about extra villains, the truth is Electro (Jamie Foxx) is the main one. If you needed more proof, three beautiful international posters for the film have just been released featuring the airborne battle between he and the Webslinger (Andrew Garfield). Check out the action-packed posters below. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, January 1st, 2014 by Angie Han
As revelers crowded into New York City’s Times Square last night to ring in the New Year, Electro (Jamie Foxx) was dropping by the iconic intersection for a different, far more nefarious reason.
In a new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 that debuted at last night’s festivities, the supervillain makes a pit stop in midtown Manhattan to soak up some of its electricity and to release some of his fury. Luckily, our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield) is on hand to try and stop him. Check out the clip after the jump.
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The first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was all about the expanding universe Marc Webb was creating with the sequel. Three villans and counting are going to be a problem for Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield). Plus, if that wasn’t enough, he’s still got to deal with the regular people in his life, too.
A German trailer for the film just came online and has a lot more footage, mostly related to Peter’s relationships with Aunt May (Sally Field) and Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, December 10th, 2013 by Angie Han
Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man franchise currently rests on the strong shoulders of its star, 30-year-old Andrew Garfield. But that may not be the case by the time by the time 2018 rolls around.
Although Garfield is contracted to appear up through The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which hits in 2016, he says he’s not signed for The Amazing Spider-Man 4, which is due out two years later. Does this mean another new Peter Parker could be coming up on the horizon? Hit the jump to read Garfield’s comments.
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The first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hit this morning, and whatever you think it suggests about the movie being advertised, there’s certainly a lot of stuff to talk about in those couple minutes. And so director Marc Webb and his primary cast, Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Jamie Foxx, have obliged, by commenting on key elements of the trailer. Below, you can watch a video that pauses the trailer often so that the creators can talk about what’s going on. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 by Angie Han
Here’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for… well, since last week, anyway. Sony has unleashed the newest trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which once again stars Andrew Garfield as the young webslinger.
The sequel sees Spidey crossing paths with new threats, including Jamie Foxx‘s Electro, as well as an old friend, Dane DeHaan‘s Harry Osborn. Marc Webb returns as director. Check out the video after the jump.
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The full trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is coming on December 5, but here are three brief bits of footage to show off the film’s web-swinging hero. Along with the teasing looks at Spidey in action, these clips feature (in Spanish) the Rise of Electro subtitle that has started to appear on international marketing for the movie. (The US version of one of these spots, as seen on Facebook, doesn’t have the subtitle.)
There’s no hint here of the trio of villains that are teased on one recent set of posters for the movie, but expect to see them in the full trailer that drops later this week.
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Marc Webb‘s The Amazing Spider-Man had it’s share of problems — some pretty big ones, in fact — but one thing it did very well was Spidey’s costume design. Sure, there’s the whole question of a teenager being able to make that suit, but setting aside that old qualm the suit in the film, and the updated version for next year’s sequel, was pretty much spot-on. It was classic in origin, but modern in design and functionality, and the costume was built so well that star Andrew Garfield can wear it on stage in crappy lighting and still look great.
Naturally, the costume was not an instant design triumph. In fact, there were many versions conceptualized. Now you can see three others, any of which would have contributed to a film with a very different feel. Read More »