Marc Webb, director of Sony's “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” was announced as the fourth and final keynote speaker for the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival. Webb joins producer Jason…
For moviegoers who may not necessarily enjoy the superhero genre, Hollywood sent a very loud message at Comic-Con: Get used to them; they're not going anywhere. Studios stepped up their promotional…
Comic-Con: After Seeking their Approval, Andrew Garfield Returns to Meet with Spider-Man's Core Fanbase
Two years after surprising Spider-Man fans at San Diego Comic-Con in costume as the web slinger, Andrew Garfield is set to return to promote “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Sony is taking the sequel…
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Looks like fans will have to wait a little longer to see Shailene Woodley play Mary Jane Watson, as the actress has been cut from “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Woodley confirmed the news in an EW…
Legendary movie critic Roger Ebert died April 4. He was not only the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, but one of the only critics known to the general public. Here, his fans remember him.
Chris Cooper has rounded out the cast of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Cooper joins Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, who reprise their roles as Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, along with Jamie Foxx…
Paul Giamatti and Felicity Jones are in talks for roles in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."
It looks like Mary Jane Watson is back in Peter Parker's life, as "The Descendants" star Shailene Woodley is in early talks to play the redheaded love interest in Sony's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."
After helping Sony relaunch its biggest superhero franchise by guiding "The Amazing Spider-Man" to an impressive $751 million worldwide haul, director Marc Webb is set to return to helm "The Amazing…
Sony's reboot of its successful franchise, arriving five years after the last Sam Raimi-directed installment, is gratifyingly more of a drama-with-action than a nonstop assault on the senses.