Emma Stone claims she is inspired by the chemistry she has with her 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' co-star and rumoured boyfriend Andrew Garfield.
The 25-year-old actress, who has been dating her 'The Amazing SPIDER-MAN 2' co-star since 2011, insists their chemistry on set has inspired her as an actress.
She told the New York Daily News newspaper: ''It's one of the things you kind of dream of as an actor. To find chemistry or a repartee with another actor like that. It makes it feel like you're always being challenged, and you're bobbing and weaving.
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Andrew Garfield would love it if his 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' alter-ego, Peter Parker, was gay and would love his on-screen love interest Mary Jane Watson to be a man.
Andrew Garfield wants his 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' alter-ego to be gay.
The 29-year-old actor - who is dating co-star Emma Stone, who plays Gwen Stacy in the film - would prefer it if Spider-Man/Peter Parker was into men rather than women and even suggested to producer Matt Tolmach that his on-screen love interest Mary Jane Watson could be a guy.
He told Entertainment Weekly: ''I was kind of joking, but kind of not joking about MJ. And I was like, 'What if MJ is a dude?' Why can't we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality?
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Charlie Sheen always wanted to play 'Spider-Man' but was talked out of it by the production company he pitched the idea to.
The 'Anger Management' star revealed he once tried to buy the rights to the comic book and star in a big screen adaptation featuring the superhero and his alter-ego Peter Parker but he was talked out of it.
Speaking on podcast 'Mohr Stories', he told Jay Mohr: ''I had an office at Orion and I brought them 'Spider-Man'.
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Andrew Garfield's body inspiration for 'The Amazing Spider-Man' was Bruce Lee and he impressed film bosses with his ''sensational'' physical transformation.
The actor delighted producers with his transformation from a ''nerdy, skinny young kid'' into a muscle-bound action star for his role as the titular character and his Alter Ego Peter Parker in the movie, and used an iconic picture of the late 'Enter the Dragon' actor for reference when getting in shape for the film.
Stunt coordinator Andy Armstrong revealed: ''When we first met him, he was quite nerdy, a skinny guy; a young kid, really.
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Andrew Garfield designed his character's skateboard in 'The Amazing Spider-Man' after suggesting the item be included in the movie to the director.
The actor revealed that the movie's director quickly took on his idea to include the item as a mode of transport for Peter Parker.
He told website E! Online: ''I designed it. It was my idea that Peter skateboarded and luckily [director] Marc Webb put it in the movie.''
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Andrew Garfield thinks his youthful looks are a ''blessing and a curse'' when he is trying out for film roles, and he ''worked really hard'' to ensure his latest portrayal of Spider-Man/Peter Parker in 'The Amazing Spider-Man' is believable.
Andrew Garfield thinks his youthful looks are a ''blessing and a curse'' when he is trying out for film roles.
The 28-year-old actor's latest movie sees him portray the titular superhero and his alter-ego Peter Parker in 'The Amazing SPIDER-MAN', which focuses on the character at 17, and Andrew ''worked very hard'' to ensure he is believable in the role.
He said: ''I was hoping I could be believable and I worked very hard to bring up all the feelings I had when I was 17, which are horrible feelings to deal with.
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Andrew Garfield was attracted to Emma Stone from the very first screen test they did together for 'The Amazing Spider Man'.
The actors met auditioning for the male and female lead roles in 'The Amazing Spider Man' - which they both eventually won - and are now dating in real life, and Andrew puts it all down to the chemistry between them.
He told MTV: ''We got on really well as people, in between takes. That was the fun stuff. In between, we'd just mess around, and I felt, 'Ah, this is different.' I wasn't really aware what was happening in the screen test.
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Ashley Greene is reportedly dating 'Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark' star Reeve Carney after he split with co-star Jennifer Damiano.
The 'Twilight' actress and Reeve were spotted on New York's subway together earlier this week and insiders revealed Reeve - who recently split from with co-star Jennifer Damiano - is already so serious about Ashley he has introduced her to his mother.
A source told the New York Post newspaper: "Reeve's relationship with Jennifer fizzled out, and he is now dating Ashley Greene.
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Denis Leary has joined the 'Spider-Man' reboot as Gwen Stacy's father.
In the comic books, George, a New York police captain, died in an accident during a battle between Spider-Man and villain Doctor Octopus, leading Gwen to hate the hero.
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Brad Pitt has revealed his children want him to play Spider-Man on the big screen.
Speaking at the New York premiere of his new animated movie 'Megamind' on Wednesday (04.11.10), Brad said: "Spider-Man is big in our family. The kids think he's the coolest. If there was one superhero they would want me to play, that would be the one. I'd score big with them."
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