The Amazing Spider-Man 2
From the moment Felicity Jones was cast in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' fans have been wondering who she could possibly be playing and everyone came to the same conclusion: she's playing the Spidey antihero and on-and-off-again love interest known as the Black Cat. But now Jones has dropped a few more hints about her mystery role and it sounds like we were all very, very wrong.
Although 'Amazing Spider-Man' received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike, 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' remains one of the biggest movies to keep an eye on at Comic-Con 2013. After all, modern superhero movies have made a habit of truly getting everything right in the second part (see 'The Dark Knight' and, ahem, 'Spider-Man 2'). The Comic-Con crowd genuinely wants to love everything they see, so if Marc Webb's upcoming sequel looks like a substantial improvement over part one, everyone will undoubtedly go nuts.
Oh, and they've officially revealed the logo for the film. That's probably why you're here, huh?
After some intense production in the Big Apple, complete with Paul Giamatti's Rhino going berserk on the general public, 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' is ready to hit San Diego for Comic-Con 2013. But first, our hero, Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man, and our primary villain, Jamie Foxx's Electro, face off in the latest issue of EW.
Comic-Con 2013 has revealed its full schedule for Friday, July 19 and it's a doozy. Whether you're going to Comic-Con for the big Hall H presentations featuring footage from upcoming blockbusters or hoping to learn the backstage workings of the entertainment industry from more personal panels, this is a day that will please fans of all tastes.
The studios are starting to announce all their Comic-Con 2013 panels (we should have a full schedule by the end of the week), and the latest is Columbia Pictures, who will be bringing 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2,' and their 'Robocop' remake to San Diego.
As 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' continues production, to hopefully reveal tons of goodies during Comic-Con 2013, a major cut was made to the cast -- Shailene Woodley's Mary Jane Watson was completely dropped from the second film. Though we, especially those familiar with the comic book storyline, already figured it out, the reason for this change has been revealed.
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