Tuesday, December 20, 2011

New AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Still Images & Promos Revealed!

DCMarvelFreshman stumbled on new photos and new promos for the upcoming movie The Amazing Spider-Man, from the official website. Check them out below, and make sure to leave a comment!

The Amazing Spider-Man will swing into theaters next summer on July 3rd, 2012! The movie stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Martin Sheen, Sally Fields, and Rhys Ifans. Directed by Marc Webb.

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See What the Green Goblin Could've Look Liked in this Makeup Test for Raimi's SPIDER-MAN

The Academy Award winning team over at Studio ADI has posted a video showcasing another design for Willem Dafoe's version of the menacing Green Goblin.

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Monday, December 12, 2011

New Amazing Spider-Man Movie Poster!

Couple of days ago, Marvel.com revealed a new poster for the upcoming 'Amazing Spider-Man' reboot. Here take a look below!

Poster Source: Facebook

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Full Trailer for "The Amazing Spider-Man" Video Game Debuts!

On Saturday, the Spike TV's Video Game Awards shown off the full trailer for "The Amazing Spider-Man" video game trailer. And I have to admit, it is very epic! Take a look below!

Go beyond the movie to experience what it’s like to BE Spider-Man like never before. Set shortly after the events of Columbia Pictures’ new film, The Amazing Spider-Man throws New York City’s brand new hero back into free-roaming, web-slinging action, as he protects the Big Apple from a deluge of unimaginable threats. Experience the new Web Rush mechanic as Spidey twists his way through the NYC skyline with unprecedented speed and grace. The game’s original story also explores beautiful indoor environments, as you’ll encounter everything from skirmishes with everyday street thugs to pulse-pounding confrontations with Spider-Man’s most lethal foes.

The Amazing Spider-Man video game is set to be released sometime in 2012. Check out the official website by clicking here. Please comment below! Thanks!

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Saturday, December 10, 2011

New Details & Trailer on 'The Amazing Spider-Man' video game!

A couple of days ago Marvel had revealed the first official trailer, details and artwork for The Amazing Spider-Man video game, a tie-in which will serve as an epilogue occurring after the events of the movie. The game will also see the return of free-roaming web-slinging as well as improvements to the navigation and combat systems in a storyline which will see the hero, "protecting Manhattan from a variety of criminals." Beenox are developing the game which features an original narrative from Spartacus: Gods of the Arena writer Seamus Kevin Fahey. Also mentioned is the game's new "Web Rush Mechanic" which will allow players to pull off never before seen moves in battles which apparently take place above AND below the streets of Manhattan. Below is the VGA teaser trailer, official concept art and the updated website design.

The full trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man will air during Spike TV's Video Game Awards on Saturday, December 10 at 8pm ET/5pm PT. Click HERE to visit the official website.

Drake Bell Says ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN Animated Series Is "True To The Comics"

"It’s awesome. The animation is unbelievable. It’s 2-D but it’s the coolest 2-D animation you’ve ever seen," the actor told MTV News while discussing his role as Peter Parker in the 2012 animated series, Ultimate Spider-Man. "It's going to be really true [to the comics]," he revealed. "There’s tons of different [versions of Spider-Man]. He’s in high school. He doesn’t have, the webs don’t come out of his arms. He’s a science nerd, so he figured out how to make sticky web substance and they’re called web shooters. So it’s more like the 'Ultimate Spider-Man' comic book than the Tobey Maguire [movie] or the new 'Amazing Spider-Man' or anything like that." Huh, guess no one told him that Andrew Garfield's live action take on the iconic Marvel character WILL include web shooters!

Regardless, Drake then went on say that while he's enjoyed his time voicing the animated version of Spider-Man, his role in comedy Superhero Movie gave him a taste of what it would be like to play a superhero on the big screen in live action. "I love comic books. I love superheroes. I did ‘Superhero Movie’ years ago... it’s fun. I would love to do that again in a serious role that was all slap stick comedy." Would you like to see the actor take on a "serious" superhero role? Sound off with your thoughts below.

Kirsten Dunst And Tobey Maguire Wanted Cameos In THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Reboot

The quirky beauty says that both she and Tobey had hoped to make a cameo in Sony's reboot of the Spider-Man franchise but the top Execs at Sony were having none of it.

“I wanted to do a cameo,” explains Kirsten.

“I had the idea of Tobey and I as extras and we’d just walk by in the background but it’s not in there. I love Andrew Garfield and I think Emma Stone (who plays love interest Gwen Stacey) is cute too. I think that they’re going to be really cute in the movie for sure. They look like they have good chemistry.”

Romantic chemistry is a key focal point of the Spider-Man franchise in drawing in audience members that aren't necessarily fans of the old web-head. While a lot of things can be said about the original movie, from praise to criticism, Tobey and Kirsten definitely had chemistry. Hopefully Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone will bring their real life romantic chemistry to the big screen and deliver the best Spider-Man movie yet.

Source: Showbiz Spy