The Amazing Spider-Man News
theguardian.com – Actor, who starred as the Green Goblin in Sam Raimi's 2002 take on the web-slinging hero, criticises 2012 reboot• Spider-Man: three star review• The Amazing Spider-Man: four star reviewWillem Dafoe has become the latest actor from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man films to lay into the current reboot, calling it "a cynical approach to making money".Dafoe, who appeared in 2002's Spider-Man as Norman Osborn, aka The Green Goblin, said Hollywood was telling the same story all over again with last year's The Amazing Spider-Man. 22 weeks 1 day ago via brucelee
thewrap.com – Sony Pictures owes James Bond a really strong martini. Thanks to the $1 billion gross of 007's latest adventure "Skyfall," along with the $752.2 million haul from "The Amazing Spider-Man," it will end the year as the top grossing studio in terms of market share. 1 year 9 weeks ago via jetli
6:00 PM 12/31/2012 by Senh Duong
Remember in 2011, when the annual box office dipped slightly from 2010 and entertainment columnists started announcing the death of cinema (even though it was the third best year ever, in terms of revenue)? Well, as it turns out, 2012 proves that the film industry is still alive and kicking ass, thanks to a bunch of superheroes who’ve decided to assemble and tackle our box office problem.
feedproxy.google.com – Much was made over the footage cut from Marc Webb‘s The Amazing Spider-Man. The trailers featured shots that didn’t make the finished film, which isn’t all that unusual, but those shots were part of a plotline that tied Peter Parker’s father to the superhero Peter eventually becomes. That’s a relatively new thing for the Spidey mythos that made up “the untold story” promised in the early marketing. 1 year 20 weeks ago via theothersenhman
What's Popping: 'X-Men', 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes', 'Amazing Spider-Man 2', Mark Millar, 'Taken 3'
12:59 PM 9/29/2012 by Binh Ngo
“Yes, I'll be reprising...” Those were the words uttered by Patrick Stewart at the Montreal Comic-Con panel in response to a fan's question on if there's possibility that he'll find himself back in the role of Professor X again. Now that the cat is out of the bag, the only question is, is he going to be in the forthcoming X-Men:
4:33 PM 7/23/2012 by Senh Duong
Now that it’s safe to talk about the box office again, let’s take a look at this weekend’s figures. Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises” grossed $161M over the weekend. It’s good enough for third best of all time behind “Marvel’s The Avengers” ($207M) and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” ($169M).