Tag Archive: Andrew Garfield

Apr 15 2014

Film Review: The Amazing Spider-man 2

The first sequel to the Spidey reboot tries to weave a wicked web, but rapidly gets tangled up in its own convolutions. Simple economics dictate that Sony will continue to make Spider-man films until the end of time, or at least until they start to become unprofitable. As such, it was only a mere 5 …

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Dec 06 2013

Film: First teaser trailer for ‘The Amazing Spider-man 2’ arrives

One of the most highly anticipated sequels in superhero land is The Amazing Spider-man 2, the sequel to the rebooted franchise. In this trailer, we see several of the new villains, along with some hints at some new ones to come. We’ve always known that Spider-Man’s most important battle has been within himself: the struggle …

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Aug 19 2013

New photos from ‘Amazing Spider-man 2’ production hint at villains

Several sites, including Comic Book Movie, SuperHeroHype and Niko Tavernise, have posted nine new photos from the production of The Amazing Spider-man 2. They provide pretty good looks at most of the lead characters, and the final photo is the biggest tease in the history of teases. We won’t spoil it here, so get scrolling. …

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Jun 20 2013

Shailene Woodley cut from The Amazing Spider-man 2

It has now been widely reported that actress Shailene Woodley has been cut out of The Amazing Spider-man 2. She was set to play the role of Mary Jane Watson, who is the rival for Peter Parker’s (Andrew Garfield) affections and the opposite number to Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Director Marc Webb said in a …

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Jun 18 2013

Sony sets dates for third and fourth Amazing Spider-man films

Perhaps playing tit for tat with Marvel Studios, who announced two new films last week, Sony has officially announced that they will be releasing sequels to The Amazing Spider-man on 10 June 2016, and 4 May 2018 respectively. This is the first mention we’ve had of a fourth film. The Amazing-Spider Man 2  currently in production …

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