Stuntman and athlete Ronnie Shalvis recorded a video of himself doing parkour stunts in an The Amazing Spider-man costume. If you think about it, Todd McFarlane and the other famous Spidey artists I gre up with, drew Spider-man in insane parkour action way before the parkour movement even began. After the jump you can watch the Amazing Spider-man parkour video.
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UPDATE: The producers of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have commented on this story, read their thoughts below.
Sony Pictures is invested in Spider-Man for the long term. They see the webslinger as their own Marvel cash cow and are planning a huge universe around the character. That continues with this weekend’s big sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The new movie will be followed by a third film, spinoffs featuring the Sinister Six and Venom, and potentially a fourth film in the series.
But what will they do after that? Reboot yet again? Peter Parker himself, Andrew Garfield, thinks the answer is already in the comics. He believes his character could, and should, pass the torch to the multi-racial character Miles Morales. Read More »
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In the comics, and the new movies, Peter Parker is a genius who constructs a device that shoots super-strong webs over incredibly long distances. It’s one of the absolute staples of being Spider-Man, because what’s a spider without its web? And while technology hasn’t yet created a substance like Parker generates in the comics and films, one man has created a super cool mechanism that attempts to shoot stuff like Spider-Man. Check out a video below of man who created a real Spider Man web shooter. Read More »
Improv Anywhere has been taking to the streets of New York City to recreate famous movies in public places. In the past, we’ve posted their Back To The Future and Jurassic Park videos. For their latest mission, they attempt to bring Spider-Man to life by having a stunt performer in costume jump off a 20-story building in Midtown Manhattan to save a lady being kidnapped. Of course, this is all to the surprise of the random New Yorkers watching as it happens on the street below. Watch the Spider-Man In Real Life video now embedded after the jump.
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In the era of The Avengers, Batman vs. Superman and X-Men: Days of Future Past, comic book movies have begun to look more like comic books. Multiple movies featuring multiple characters all take place in the same universe, making crossovers possible. There are, unfortunately, some crossovers that are currently impossible because various studios own the rights to major characters. Spider-Man, for example, is at Sony, while the X-Men and Fantastic Four are at 20th Century Fox. That makes crossover with the Marvel Studios characters legally difficult.
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