Sunday, July 25, 2010

SDCC '10: "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" Videos

Here are some cutscene cinematics, including villain videos too. These are from the upcoming game, "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" from this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Special thanks to for providing these videos.

Opening Cinematic (On Camera)

Ultimate Spider-Man Cinematic

Spider-Man 2099 Cinematic

Juggernaut Vignette

Scorpion Vignette

By the way, is it me or does Scorpion look freaky? Well I think that's pretty cool! Please leave your opinions and debates at the comment section below! Thanks!

Stay tune for more Comic-Con coverage!

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SDCC '10: Spider-Man Panel Today!

This sounds so cool, and I wish I could be there to view this extraordinary event for the current "Amazing Spider-Man" storyline. Here's a description for the panel today.

12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. Pacific, Spider-Man 7/25/10
The hunt has begun and the moment in time that everyone's been clamoring about is almost here! How much more can everyone's favorite web-slinger take? You've got questions & these people have answers! Join Dan Slott (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN), Marvel's Talent Liaison C.B. Cebulski and AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Assistant Editor Tom Brennan as they talk about what's on the horizon for Peter Parker and just what is Origin of the Species? There's only one way to find out True Believers - come on over and find out! Room 6A

Well if you're at San Diego Comic-Con today, make sure you don't miss this! Footage coverage and scoops will be reported on here. You can follow what's going on at Marvel's LiveBlog, by clicking here.

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Friday, July 23, 2010

SDCC: Neil Patrick Harris to Voice Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

Just in from Activision!

Activision Publishing, Inc. and Marvel Entertainment announced today that Neil Patrick Harris will reprise his role as Spider-Man in Activision’s upcoming Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, which is currently being showcased at San Diego Comic-Con. In the game, players traverse through four unique worlds from Spider-Man lore and take on the role of four distinctly different Spider-Men – Amazing, Ultimate, Noir and 2099 – which will be brought to life by Neil Patrick Harris along with Josh Keaton, Christopher Daniel Barnes and Dan Gilvezan, respectively.

Additionally, legendary creator and comic book icon Stan Lee will guide players through the storyline of Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions as the game’s narrator, and Emmy Award-winning composer Jim Dooley has created an original orchestral score for the game.

Each of the actors voicing Spider-Man in the game has portrayed the web-slinger in previous Spider-Man animated television series. Neil Patrick Harris voiced the wall-crawler in “Spider-Man: The New Animated Series” in 2003; Josh Keaton was the voice of Spider-Man in “The Spectacular Spider-Man” from 2008-2009; Dan Gilvezan starred in “Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends” from 1981-1983; and Christopher Daniel Barnes voiced the iconic Super Hero in “Spider-Man,” the 1994 series.

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, which will be available September 7th, allows players to engage in nonstop heroic action as they traverse four unique worlds from Spider-Man’s lore – Amazing, Noir, 2099 and Ultimate – within one unique storyline. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions transports players to a variety of locations, from lush jungles and dusty deserts to a futuristic NYC, and allows them to use unique gameplay styles for each Spider-Man, including stealth moves in Noir, gliding maneuvers in 2099, black-suited tendril attacks in Ultimate, and innovative web combat in Amazing.

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions has been rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB. Beenox is developing the game for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Wii™, and PC, and Griptonite is creating a Nintendo DS™ version. Fans can learn more about Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions by visiting

Source: SuperHeroHype

Let out your opinions and debates at the comments section below, please! Thanks!

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The Final Fourth Dimension for "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" is Revealed!

The final Dimension has been revealed and all four are ready for San Diego Comic-Con 2010!

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GG's Opinion: So what do you think? I kind of figured it was going to be either Ultimate Spider-Man or Spider-Carnage. But I guess a 'Carnage' will appear, but it won't bear the word 'Spider' in it's name. Don't get me wrong, I am still pumped up for this video game. I'm just a little disappointed is all, but I guess they weren't interested or they probably haven't heard of Spider-Carnage ever before. But hey, it's been awhile since we played as Ultimate Spider-Man, so this could be fun playing as him again. And what better yet to play this character than to play him in his black suit? The question is, why is he wearing the black suit? That's a bit interesting.

And I hope the same voice actor from the "Ultimate Spider-Man" game comes back to portray the teenage web-slinger. It would be strange without him back. And I see that Ultimate Deadpool is in the game as a boss. Eh, Deadpool always strikes me as a villain sometimes. But he's a freakin' hilarious villain, you have to admit. So I hope Nolan North returns to portray the mercenary with the mouth. And the 'Amazing', 'Noir', and '2099' dimensions are still awesome! I can't wait! So sound off your opinions, and debates at the comments section below, please, and thank you!


Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions is set to be released on Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360 on September 7th later this year!

Friday, July 9, 2010

RUMOR: Anton Yelchin is the new Harry Osborn?

Normally I don't report rumors anymore, nor that I want to start one. But I find this very interesting. Even though I don't believe anything that members add to upcoming films (because released films are the most accurate, obviously, well sometimes), I found that Anton Yelchin is rumored to play as Harry Osborn in the new upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot.

Here's a pic I took with my video camera, just to show you quickly (just incase if it get's taken off soon):

Even though it's just a rumor, I don't mind the casting choice at all. In fact, I think he would be a great choice to play Harry, imo. Plus, he was one of the contenders to play as Spidey, way before Andrew Garfield was finally casted. Maybe he can still land a role in this movie? And placing him as Harry Osborn wouldn't be a bad choice at all. I can actually see that happening, to tell you honestly.

So what do you all think? Should Anton Yelchin play as Harry, or should he stay away from this "Spider-Man" reboot? And why? State your opinion below, and let's debate!


Thursday, July 1, 2010

OFFICIAL: Andrew Garfield to Play Spider-Man

Sony Pictures has officially announced that Andrew Garfield has landed the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in director Marc Webb's Untitled Spider-Man Film! The film focuses on a teenager grappling with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises. The action adventure will open in 3D and 2D theaters on July 3, 2012.

Here's the official press release followed by the announcement photos:

After a comprehensive worldwide casting search, Andrew Garfield has been chosen to portray Peter Parker when Spider-Man swings back onto the screen in 3D on July 3, 2012. The new film will begin production in early December directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay by James Vanderbilt. Laura Ziskin and Avi Arad will produce the film from Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios.

Today's confirmation culminates what has been one of the most eagerly anticipated casting announcements in recent memory. Bloggers, pop culture speculators, and everyday fans have pored over and analyzed every conceivable online rumor in an attempt to discover the identity of the next actor to play Peter Parker. Garfield will immediately begin preparing for the coveted role.

The Spider-Man franchise is one of the most successful in film history and the three previous motion pictures have collectively grossed more than $2.5 billion in worldwide box office.

On selecting Garfield, director Marc Webb said, "Though his name may be new to many, those who know this young actor's work understand his extraordinary talents. He has a rare combination of intelligence, wit, and humanity. Mark my words, you will love Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker."

Commenting on the announcement, Amy Pascal, co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Matt Tolmach, President of Columbia Pictures said, "Spider-Man is a classic superhero -- a young man who balances his responsibility to serve humanity and crush evil with the shyness and normalcy of someone struggling to find himself. The role demands an extraordinary actor. You need someone who can magically transform himself from Peter Parker into Spider-Man. An actor who will depict the vulnerability of youth and the strength and confidence of a legendary figure at the same moment. We have found that actor in Andrew Garfield. From the first time we saw him in the upcoming film The Social Network, to his glorious screen test, which floored all of us, we knew that we had found our new Peter Parker."

Producer Avi Arad added, "I'm incredibly excited about Andrew Garfield. In the Spider-Man tradition, we were looking for a smart, sensitive, and cool new Peter Parker who can inspire us and make us laugh, cry, and cheer. We believe we have found the perfect choice to take on this role and lead us into the future."

Producer Laura Ziskin said, "We are thrilled to have Andrew Garfield for this new incarnation of Spider-Man under Marc Webb’s direction. We were fortunate enough to meet with a group of fantastically talented young men. In the end, we all agreed that in addition to being an extraordinary actor, Andrew had the right mix of humor, youth, and pathos, along with an underlying sense of strength and power necessary to bring Peter Parker and Spider-Man to life on screen."

The selection of Garfield was revealed at a press event in Cancun, Mexico for international journalists attending a media tour promoting upcoming films from Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Garfield is fast becoming one of the most respected and sought-after young actors working in the industry today. In a short career, spanning only five years, he has already been directed by, and starred alongside, some of the greatest names and received a BAFTA for a role that won him international praise.

Garfield most recently worked with director David Fincher on the upcoming film The Social Network. He previously starred for Spike Jonze on his robot love story I'm Here, which premiered at Sundance this year. He plays the lead male opposite Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan in Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go, due for release later this year.

Other notable screen credits include Terry Gilliam's The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus playing opposite Christopher Plummer, Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell, Jude Law and the late Heath Ledger, Robert Redford’s Lions For Lambs, where he starred alongside Redford, Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep; Revolution Films' "Red Riding Trilogy – 1974" directed by Julian Jarrold, where he lead a stellar cast including Rebecca Hall and David Morrissey, and his unforgettable portrayal of a young ex-con in John Crowley's "Boy A," for which he earned the best actor BAFTA in 2008.

Garfield’s career began in theatre and in 2006 his performances in "Beautiful Thing" (Sound Space/Kit Productions), "The Overwhelming," and "Burn / Chatroom / Citizenship" (Royal National Theatre) won him the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard awards and the Jack Tinker Award for Most Promising Newcomer at the Critics Circle Theatre Awards. Other notable theatre credits include "Romeo and Juliet" (Manchester Royal Exchange) and "Kes" (Manchester Royal Exchange), for which he received the Most Promising Newcomer Award at the Manchester Evening News Awards 2004.

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Source: SuperHero Hype! and Sony Pictures