Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" reboot is less than a month from hitting theaters, but at the rate clips and footage snippets have been surfacing, it's possible the entire film will have been revealed before the theatrical release. It's a slight exaggeration, of course, but take a look at today's offerings. Comic Book Movie has posted six videos of B-roll footage from the film. The first one is below, be sure to click through for all of them.
Access Hollywood recently interviewed the stars of "The Amazing Spider-Man" including Martin Sheen, Sally Field and Emma Stone.
MSN has posted a new clip of Peter Parker's first meeting with Dr. Connors at Oscorp during a school field trip.
Finally, the Marvel Avengers Alliance Facebook game has revealed a new featurette giving some background on Dr. Curt Connors. This one actually has quite a few spoilers, so watch with caution.
Opens July 3
MAN OF STEEL
It's been quite some time since Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" had an update -- and unfortunately, there's still not much of one to reveal. Warner Bros. Consumer Products has released a poster featuring the Man of Steel logo, but as expected, it doesn't really reveal anything new about the film.
Opens June 14, 2013
The Province has revealed new details about Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, reportedly simply titled "Ninja Turtles." The movie will be heading to Vancouver for a late summer/early fall filming start date. Produced by Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman, the film will controversially feature the Heroes in a Half Shell as aliens, not mutated turtles.
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THE WALKING DEAD
There's still a good four months until "The Walking Dead" comes back with new episodes, but AMC continues to keep things fresh with updates from production such as a first look at David Morrissey as The Governor.
"The Governor in the show is definitely going to be The Governor in the comic," Robert Kirkman told TV Guide. "I think that he's definitely going to be a character that people love to hate and are absolutely entertained by, but also somewhat terrified of. He's definitely going to be a very important character and a very nuanced character. We are not going to be watering him down."
According to Movie Hole, Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed he's committed to two more film in the "Terminator" franchise, mentioning the fifth and sixth films will wrap up the "Terminator" saga, with "Terminator 5" to start filming next year.
"I can't say too much they want it held in secret if you know what I mean, but I will say that next year I will start filming it and it’s going to be one of the hardest films I have ever done I can tell you that already for sure," Schwarzenegger said. "They have six months set aside just for filming, so I will be training and getting into the best physical shape I possibly can before filming starts. It does follow 'Salvation' although some of the producers and franchise owner were not too happy about the job McG did with it but they felt it was good enough to continue on and they want the fifth and sixth installments to be the closing of the franchise."
It should be noted that the source Movie Hole cites, Action Effects has been removed by Blogger, so definitely take this as a massive rumor, not fact.
Some good news for the "Arrow" hungry -- MTV reports the full pilot is set to screen at Comic-Con International at San Diego later this year.
Airs Fall 2012 on the CW
While speaking with MTV, Catherine Zeta-Jones revealed her character in the upcoming follow-up to "Red."
"I play a Russian double agent in 'Red 2,'" Zeta-Jones told MTV. "I'm very excited to work with such a great ensemble cast like in 'Rock of Ages.' What a cast for me to join. I'm really excited, and the script is so much fun."
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