Amazing Spider Man 2 Mary Jane

Early on, one of the major casting reveals for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was that Shailene Woodley would be playing Mary Jane Watson. Woodley got as far as shooting her scenes for the movie, only to be cut from the final edit. But now director Marc Webb reveals how she would have fit into the film. Hit the jump to find out.

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Sinister Six villains

Sony has promised that fans who Shazam the end credits song of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will get “a look into the sinister future” of the franchise. But apparently, that future isn’t set in stone just yet.

According to a new report, although the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Rhino, Vulture, Kraven the Hunter, and Mysterio are the ones teased in the special sequence, they aren’t necessarily locked in as the Sinister Six villains. Hit the jump to find out why not, and when the new movie will get going.

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Amazing Spider-Man costumes

Why did Spidey’s costume change for The Amazing Spider-Man 2? What can you get now that July 23 has been officially declared Batman day? Does Stan Lee have a problem with Samuel L. Jackson‘s take on Nick Fury? Is Marvel celebrating 100 years of their comics a bit too early? Which actor turned down a chance to play Spider-Man, Batman and Superman? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Amazing Spider-man 2 web

UPDATE: The initial release wasn’t clear, it has nothing to do with the X-Men trailer. Story has been updated.

UPDATE 2: The images have been revealed.

When The Amazing Spider-Man 2 screened for press in Los Angeles last week, there was no scene at the end of the credits. Even if there was, though, we wouldn’t have unlocked the true secret because we didn’t know the key. Now you do.

Sony tells us that when the film opens in U.S. theaters Thursday night, fans will be able to Shazam the credit sequence featuring the song “It’s on Again” by Alicia Keys featuring Kendrick Lamar to “unlock a look into the sinister future.” Read More »

Amazing Spider-Man 2 Electro Bust 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 finally opens in the U.S. this week and it’ll have a wide spread of fans and detractors. Some people are going to absolutely adore the beautifully rendered action sequences and character interactions while others are going to hate the bloated plot and tired exposition. The same can’t be said for an eventual Blu-ray collector’s set for the film, for which we have an early look today. This is a badly rendered, hilariously cheesy bust of Jamie Foxx‘s Electro, with three discs in his neck. Fans who like the movie and might want to buy The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Blu-ray will probably not like the look of this set. Check out the images below. Read More »

Rhino wallpaper

Want to read about Marvel’s plans for Guardians of the Galaxy spin-off comic books? Has more art been revealed from Mike Mitchell‘s Mondo Marvel show? Is there a new Electro video from The Amazing Spider-Man 2? How can you watch Arrow with the show’s star? Does Marc Webb think the Kurtzman/Orci news will change Amazing Spider-Man 3? Is Stephen Colbert an agent of HYDRA? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Hellboy Hero Complex

Want to see the first image of Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron? Where is there an officially licensed Hellboy art show? Does Marc Webb think J. Jonah Jameson will appear in upcoming Amazing Spider-Man movies? What Spider-Man-related comment did Andrew Garfield say to make Emma Stone mad? Who will be voicing Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron? How can you see Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender talking about X-Men: Days of Future Past? Has Diane Lane already worked on Batman vs. Superman? How strong is Batman‘s suit? Could we see a Mystique spinoff movie? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

spider-man crossover film

At one point, the idea of characters crossing over between Marvel and DC Comics titles seemed like an impossibility. But it happened, just as fans of the cinematic versions of those characters think such a thing will happen on movie screens eventually — even if there are more companies involved now, all of which are bigger, more complex corporate entities. Still, it’s not going to happen soon, and original Marvel Studios co-founder and Spider-Man film producer Avi Arad isn’t even able to be straight about the reason why. Arad says Spider-Man won’t end up in a film with the X-Men or Avengers until “we’ve run out of ideas.”

Read Arad’s quotes, and watch a video of the interview, below. Read More »

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