In the past couple weeks, we've been privy to some exciting casting news regarding Marc Webb's 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2', which included Jamie Foxx jumping aboard as the villainous Electro and Dane DeHaan taking on the role of Harry Osborn. The new duo joins Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, naturally, but it turns out that they aren't the only ones coming back for Round 2.
According to the one and only Martin Sheen, Uncle Ben Parker will return from the grave in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'!
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And the hunt for Harry Osborn continues! Word is Marc Webb is currently testing four more actors to possibly play the role of Peter Parker BFF Harry Osborn in the upcoming sequel to 'The Amazing Spider-Man.'
Will 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' feature Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx as the villain Electro? We were all a bit floored when news hit that the 'Django Unchained' star was in talks to play this comic book character, and even moreso when he tweeted about dressing up as the electricity-hurling bad guy for Halloween. While the deal has not been finalized yet, it certainly seems like it is, especially after what 'Amazing Spider-Man' director Marc Webb had to say.
'The Amazing Spider-Man,' starring Andrew Garfield as the comic book web slinger, comes home on DVD and Blu-ray in a month's time, but that doesn't mean we have to wait that long to see some deleted footage that never made it to the big screen?
Last we reported, Marc Webb looked like a goner from 'The Amazing Spider-Man' sequel. Sony said that he had a commitment to 20th Century Fox that would keep him out of the picture. Now Fox is saying they might give him some wiggle room, if he's willing to commit to a bigger deal.
With 'The Amazing Spider-Man' earning mixed reviews, it seemed possible that director Marc Webb might not return for the sequel. And Columbia Pictures chief Doug Belgrad only reinforced that idea in a recent interview.
With the marketing now in full "swing" for the upcoming super hero movie 'The Amazing Spider-Man,' more and more posters, still images and information is being churned out by Sony Pictures to promote their upcoming friendly neighborhood reboot. And now a brand new featurette for the new Spidey flick has gone online.
To reboot a successful franchise not long after its last film is test that Marc Webb's 'The Amazing Spider-Man' will have to pass. Sam Raimi's first 'Spider-Man' came out ten years ago today, and he finished his run five years ago. Are audiences ready for another spin around the park? Perhaps they'll be more excited after this new trailer.