Andrew Garfield, the actor who played Spiderman in two recent movies, is looking forward to seeing Tom Holland step into the role.
Andrew Garfield is pleased he’s no longer portraying Spiderman. The 31-year-old actor finally responded to the news of the casting of Tom Holland as Spiderman in the upcoming reboot of the Sony Spiderman films and in Captain America: Civil War. Garfield says he’s pleased Holland will be taking over the role he played in two Amazing Spiderman films.
Andrew Garfield at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Annual Grants Banquet in Los Angeles in August 2015.
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Spiderman, Batman, Robin, Foxy, Giuliano and SPIDER-MAN - Birmingham Free Radio presenters Foxy & Giuliano dressed as Batman & Robin and driving a Reliant Robin meet up with the Birmingham Spider-Man to go out into the city and help feed the homeless. - Birmingham, United Kingdom - Thursday 19th March 2015
The landscape has shifted with the agreement, which will see Marvel get to include the web-slinging hero in one of its movies for the first time since 1999.
Spider-Man will be included in an upcoming Marvel title for the first time in nearly two decades, and that film is reported to be next year’s Captain America: Civil War.
Variety reported that, in essence, the deal will work out cheaply for both parties. Effectively, neither studio will receive a cut from the proceeds of the other studio’s useage of the Spiderman character in future movies. Without the deal, Disney (which owns Marvel) would have to part with millions in order to use him.
Continue reading: What The Marvel-Sony Spider-Man Deal Means
Emma Stone was snapped on the red carpet at the opening of the 71st Venice Film Festival on Wednesday 27th August. The 'Birdman' actress looked beautiful in a plunging dark green gown and was sporting a new shorter haircut.
If 'Neighbors' over-performs, and Spider-Man drops 50%, Seth Rogen could find himself top of the box-office.
The critical derision directed towards The Amazing SPIDER-MAN 2 wasn't enough to stop Sony pulling in $95 million last week, though its long campaign to reach the heights of the original movie may falter this weekend when Seth Rogen and Zac Efron's acclaimed comedy Neighbors makes its bow.
Zac Efron in 'Neighbors'
Universal have marketed its latest comedy perfectly, with the buzz seemingly reaching fever pitch ahead of its domestic box-office debut. According to industry insiders who spoke with Variety, the movie could pull in $35 million to land the top spot.
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SPIDER-MAN - SCI-FI-LONDON - The London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film annual Parade started from Somerset House to The BFI in aid for the Variety Club - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 27th April 2014
Matthew Tolmach, Avi Arad, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Emma Stone and Spider Man - The cast of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' light the Empire State Building - NYC, New York, United States - Saturday 26th April 2014
The Casts, Matthew Tolmach, Dane DeHaan, Emma Stone, Spider Man, Jamie Foxx and Avi Arad - The cast of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' light the Empire State Building - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 25th April 2014
Spider-Man is Jewish, according to Andrew Garfield.
He's The Amazing SPIDER-MAN, and he's very much Jewish - this according to the man that plays the superhero in the latest franchise, Andrew Garfield. The British-American actor, who was brought up Jewish, suggests that Spidey's neuroses are a sure-fire sign that the character is culturally Jewish.
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"Spider-man is neurotic. Peter Parker is not a simple dude. He can't just switch off," Garfield told Time Out. "He never feels like he's doing enough. And Peter suffers from self-doubt. He ums and ahs about his future because he's neurotic. He's Jewish. It's a defining feature." Whether or not Spider-Man is of Jewish religion has been the subject of feverish internet speculation for years, but it seems Garfield, 30,has already made up his mind.
Continue reading: Spider-Man Is Jewish. Because Andrew Garfield Says So.
'The Amazing Spiderman 2' will not only see the return of Spidey, Gwen Stacy and the Green Goblin but will introduce new characters set for their own spin-off film: The Sinister Six.
The Amazing Spiderman 2 is set to be released on May 2nd in the US and April 18th in the UK, with the release date mere weeks away rumors are flying surrounding the plot and the possibility of further expanding the Marvel comic universe.
Andrew Garfield in costume on the New York set of The Amazing Spiderman 2.
Continue reading: 'The Amazing Spiderman 2' To Weave Plot For 'Sinister Six' Spin-Off
Don't worry Batkid, someone will always give you something cool
Miles Scott, also known as Batkid, is going to rub shoulders with the stars after all. The 5-year-old cancer survivor, who was made famous by The Make a Wish Foundation’s audacious ‘Batkid’ stunt, will be attending the ‘Amazing SPIDER-MAN 2’ premeire thanks to Andrew Garfield.
Is it Garfield? Is it Spider-Man 2? Who knows
The news comes after Scott’s routine with Garfield was pulled from the Oscars ceremony at late notice. "I don't know if they ran out of time, or if there was something about the segment they didn't like," said the boy's mother, Natalie Scott at the time.
It was announced this week that two villain-led spin-offs are being produced by Sony, with more to follow
Sony Pictures announced in Thursday, 12 December that they have big plans for the Amazing SPIDER-MAN series, plans that involve various spin-offs and possibly even an ensemble release or two in the not-so-distant future. The announcement comes as Sony try to keep up with Disney and Warner Brothers, who have already gained a foot-hold in the superhero movie business, with Sony hoping to capitalised on the popularity of Spidey and his many cross-over villains and fellow heroes.
Spiderman isn't leaving Sony's rooster any time soon
On Thursday, Sony Pictures announced - via Electro Arrives - that they are working on two villain-centred spin-offs from the Spidey franchise: Venom and The Sinister Six. This will give the film company opportunity to develop two major aspects from the Spider-Man comic books without having to rely on the Amazing Spider-Man films alone. Sony announced that they have appointed a “franchise brain trust" to oversee their expansion of the Spider-Man film franchise, who will ensure the series can survive outside the confines of the Amazing Spider-Man.
The studio have big plans for Spidey, but these plans don't involve any of his fellow Marvel superheroes
SPIDER-MAN has a big role to play in the future of Sony Pictures, despite the studio's recent announcements that it's drastically cutting its movie expenditure, as they look to produce more sequels and even some spin-off material from The Amazing Spider-Man series.
Filming is well underway for the new Spider-Man film
Despite this good news for Spidey fans, the studio have also announced that it has no intentions of teaming up with Marvel or Disney and introducing the web-slinger in the next Avengers movie, or any other future releases from the rival studio.
Continue reading: Why Sony's Refusal To Work With Disney Could Work In Spider-Man's Favour
Footage from the upcoming superhero sequel has made it's way online, but before you get too excited, it is pretty terrible quality
The Amazing SPIDER-MAN 2 will be released in cinemas in the spring of 2014, and up to now we've hardly seen any sneak peaks from behind the scenes of the movie, that's until now of course. Footage from the first trailer for the film has made it's way online, taken from a sneaky Comic-Con goer who managed to film the whole thing on his phone (and judging by the quality of the video, he was either sat all the way at the back of the convention room, or has a lousy camera).
Andrew Garfield takes a break from filming the new Spidey
Continue reading: New, Grainy Footage Of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Leaks Online [Video]