Are you looking for a slightly closer look at some of this summer's more anticipated movies? Of course you are. Luckily for you, the internet is currently awash with quick behind-the-scenes looks at movies you're dying to see, namely 'The Amazing Spider-Man,' 'Men in Black 3' and 'Prometheus.'
The Amazing Spider-Man
Watch out world, here comes 'The Amazing Spider-Man.' He may not be in theaters for another couple of months, but several countries are already getting Spidey fever with the marketing that's taking over. And in Japan, there's nobody at this point who won't know Andrew Garfield's face thanks to these new posters.
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.
You might be called “crazy” for saying that Marc Webb’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ is your most anticipated blockbuster of the summer season. But two new images from the upcoming trailer confirm why the new Spidey knows the universe better than Raimi, and why ‘Amazing’ might in fact be amazing. Ladies and gentlemen, I present The Lizard in a white lab coat!
'The Amazing Spider-Man' is going to be one of this summer's hottest comic book movies and the posters, banners and images are starting to swing in daily, with another cool international poster hitting the web showing off everyone's favorite wall-crawling web head swinging through New York City.
Man, it’s a good week to be a comic-book geek. Joss Whedon’s ‘The Avengers’ finally opens. Christopher Nolan launches a viral campaign for ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ which culminates in a breathtaking trailer. And Marc Webb teases his upcoming trailer with two new images from ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’ Excelsior!
If you've ever attended a fan convention, something around the lines of the annual San Diego Comic-Con, then you've encountered the angry fanboys/fangirls who nitpick about every single detail on their favorite superhero's costume in the latest movie they'll be appearing in. It's crazy how much they can obsess over detail, but maybe they're a bit more content with the way Spider-Man looks in Sony Pictures' 'The Amazing Spider-Man.'
Sony Pictures has to be happy with 'The Amazing Spider-Man' because they're already moving ahead with a sequel and have just hired Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci ('Star Trek', 'Cowboys & Aliens') to co-write the sequel.