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"Entertainment Weekly" has premiered studio portraits and movie stills from "The Amazing Spider-Man" that appear in the new issue of the magazine. SPINOFF has details.
New shots from the set of "The Amazing Spider-Man" show the wall-crawler swinging and dangling over the streets of Harlem and reveal an enormous piece of spider-graffiti.
Although director Marc Webb is still shooting "The Amazing Spider-Man," Sony has already signed screenwriter James Vanderbilt to start work on the sequel. SPINOFF has details.
With filming well underway, Sony Pictures hit a milestone with its key Marvel Comics franchise, revealing the official title as "The Amazing Spider-Man" and a new photo of Andrew Garfield in costume.
Whether coincidence or internet-monitoring extraordinaire, releasing the first picture of Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man the same day as a leaked pic reveals Captain America's costume was a masterstroke. SPINOFF explains why.
The first photograph of Andrew Garfield in his Spider-Man costume has surfaced online, featuring the unmasked actor in the familiar yet slightly different costume in what appears to be a post-battle moment.
"Hannah Montanna" actor Chris Zylka has officially been confirmed as playing Peter Parker's high school bully and Spider-Man's biggest supporter as Flash Thompson comes to the Sony reboot.
The newly blonde actress shows off her tresses at a funeral scene for Marc Webb's incoming reboot of the "Spider-Man" movie franchise, though Peter Parker Andrew Garfield has yet to be seen.
Emma Stone has been cast as the female lead in the upcoming "Spider-Man" film from Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios. She'll star opposite Andrew Garfield in the Marc Webb-directed film.
After a screening of "The Social Network" last week in Manhattan, the film's key players gathered for a Q&A session about how the script came together, portraying real people as an actor and more.
SPINOFF ONLINE reviewed David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin's new film "The Social Network," calling the movie "the director’s best work, but like Facebook itself, is nothing if not a group effort."
Set to swing as a teenaged Peter Parker, 27 year old Andrew Garfield is officially the face of Columbia's "Spider-Man" franchise and CBR News has video from the actor's first Spidey promotional appearance.
BREAKING NEWS! Columbia Pictures has announced that actor Andrew Garfield has been tapped to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the next feature installment for the wall-crawler by director Marc Webb.