Tag: Andrew Garfield
Today brings about our first look at Mel Gibson's newest directorial effort, Hacksaw Ridge, based on a true story from World War II, and it looks like a tear-jerker that's perfect for awards season. Come inside to get your first look!
Andrew Garfield has addressed the criticism of Amazing Spider-Man 2 and lays the blame for its failings squarely on the shoulders of Sony. He reveals that the studio had “problems with certain parts of it” and made changes. He also speaks about appearing (maybe) in the Sinister Six.
The producers of the current Spider-Man franchise say that either a Venom film or a movie about the Sinister Six could take the 2018 spot reserved for a Spider-Man sequel; beating Amazing Spider-Man 4 to theaters. Both seem likely to come out before the fourth Spider-Man film.
Filming has officially begun on the sequel to last year’s successful super-hero saga The Amazing Spider-Man. Directed by Marc Webb, the sequel’s working title is tentatively (and unimaginatively) The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Columbia Pictures has sent out a press release with some updated information on the project.
Paul Giamatti has done many fine film performances, in a variety of genres. Now he is in talks to play his most atypical role yet…The super-villain Rhino in the sequel to the Amazing Spider-Man. If he does officially get the role, he’ll round out an already excellent cast.
Let's be honest from the get-go. The question on everyone's mind when it comes to The Amazing Spider-Man is, "How is it in comparison to the three Tobey Maguire movies?" After all, it's only been five years since the last film in Sam Raimi's trilogy about the web slinging superhero. Forgive me if my review reads like a comparison chart, but isn't that what everyone is looking for?
Thanks to Mail Online, we have a series of photos taken during reshoots for The Amazing Spider-Man being filmed in New York. They include Andrew Garfield in some sort of makeshift costume as well as Rhys Ifans with a very gruesome looking hand, and you can check them all out here.
Since the internet isn't patient and can't wait a day and a half, Sony has foregone the pointless trailer takedowns and has instead decided to release the whole damn thing. Preemptive strike to combat the bootlegs, it seems. So I guess we won? Eh, wait until you see the trailer.