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I know I’m late to the party on this, but I finally sat down and watched Amazing Spider-Man 2 last night and I had some thoughts about what Sony and Marc Webb are doing with the series and what they might …
Marc Webb is returning to his pre-Spidey roots a bit for his next project
The moment in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 that I loved more than any other was actually, for once, an example of Peter using his Spider-powers. I don’t think I felt this way about any of the previous Spider-Man films at …
The first scene in Sony’s new Spider-sequel is a flashback to the Richard and Mary Parker storyline, but once that’s done, the screen is filled with a big, bright red logo. And then… If Marc Webb really wants to have …
This comes from the top of the movie, in those four minutes of screening that we’re told Paul Giamatti will be getting.
Plus a second, bonus clip that’s not quite as engaging – at least not out of context.
How much of this is PR spin in order to get butts in seats and how much of it is true?
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.
Confetti? Who can resist confetti?
Garfield says he’s signed for three films and that a 4th movie is “nothing to do with me.”
It seems now that we are getting almost 3 minute teaser trailers… we can now get almost 9 minute commentary tracks. This was released this afternoon by Total Film Magazine and included Mark Webb, The director of Amazing Spider-Man 2, …
Featuring Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane Watson. I’m not joking. She’s right here.
Bring on the jollity, just make sure there’s enough drama to engage at the same time.
Now I’ll be singing “And so is Wincey Willis” all night long.
The Sinister Six are definitely coming to the series, I’m one hundred percent clear on that, and it’s actually just a question of when.
It’s been demonstrated to me very clearly by people close enough to the production that The Sinister Six are part of the multi-movie arc.