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This comes from the top of the movie, in those four minutes of screening that we’re told Paul Giamatti will be getting.
Listening to Spider-Man movie producer Matt Tolmach tell it, the way they’re planning for future films and spin-offs makes perfect sense.
Plus a second, bonus clip that’s not quite as engaging – at least not out of context.
A look at some of the variant covers to comics out and about at the moment. This is the exclusive cover for Amazing Spider-Man #1 by Adi Granov for Limited Edition Comix… Here’s the second print cover for Boom’s Evil …
Stan Lee Explains What’s Happening In Some New Amazing Spider-Man 2 Footage, Including A Potentially Huge Spoiler
Why would they give this plot point away? Does it happen early in the film? Is there more to it than meets the eye?
I guess Spider-Man is happy for everybody to know he’s in love. Foolish boy.
Two films in, Garfield is finally signing onto other projects and Webb has found his first non-Spidey film gig in three years as well.
But Sony has no plans to stop there.
Yet another trailer for the next Spider-Man movie.
It would seem that they’re fighting inside a clocktower.
This is Dane DeHaan’s Harry Osborn in his alt. form.
It does look like fun. I hope it is.
Over the weekend, we ran a story about New York’s Midtown Comics listing for a J Scott Campbell variant for a comic described as “CLASSIFIED” scheduled for May. Well, British store Limited Edition Comix, who share exclusives with Midtown has …
We know Superior Spider-Man is coming to an end. We know that Amazing Spider-Man is beginning. And that it will feature Peter Parker back inside his noggin. But what of Otto Octavius? What of Doctor Octopus? Well Midtown Comics have …
There’s a lot here. And it looks really rather good, if you ask me.
Have you seen this artwork? Martin Tirtawigoena writes, This jam piece by Ryan Stegman, Humberto Ramos and Edgar Delgado was supposed to get signed by Stan Lee during Wizard World Portland ’14 last weekend but somebody stole it from their …
It could be interesting to see a third distinctly different approach to comic book movies from how Marvel and Warner Bros have done it thus far.
So there are spoilers going in. Big honking ones. Admittedly, possibly only the ones you’ve read at the New York Post, or whatever, but we’re doing a timeline here. Possibly for those of you who had given up on Spider-Man …