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‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ behind the scenes: Can Spidey save the day and get the girl? — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

insidemovies.ew.com – It’s pretty much a given that the hero saves the day and gets the girl in any big-budget blockbuster. 5 years 36 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Andrew Garfield Says "Screw The Critics, Screw The Scrutiny" When It Comes To 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

fb.indiewire.com – The eternal question, at least these days, is whether or not critics matter. One only has to look at last week's "Divergent," which opened strong despite a slew of middling reviews, to notice that certain properties are immune to criticism. On the flipside, Paramount is gambling this week with "Noah," being particularly selective about what critics see the movie first, and in some markets, not screening the movie for reviewers at all, perhaps fearing that negative or mixed responses might dampen box office prospects. 5 years 36 weeks ago via jackiechan
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CinemaCon: 5 Things We Learned About 'Amazing Spider-Man 2'

feedproxy.google.com – Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy have broken up, and more tidbits from the Las Vegas screening. 5 years 36 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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CinemaCon: Sony Screens 30 Minutes of 'Amazing Spider-Man 2,' Plus New 'Fury' Footage

feedproxy.google.com – Sony's Rory Bruer said of the superhero sequel: "Nothing will be the same after this." 5 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee
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Sony Co-Chair Admits End Of Amazing Spider-Man 2 Will Set Up Their Sinister Six Movie

bleedingcool.com – There are still two more presumably Peter Parker-centric Amazing Spider-Man sequels to go, but spin-off films Sinister Six and Venom are well on their way as well, according to what EW were able to pry out of the bigwigs in charge of the franchise. Here’s Sony’s big boss Amy Pascal admitted about where Amazing Spider-Man 2 leaves off:

5 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee
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Sony Co-Chair Confirms Amazing Spider-Man 2 Sets Up Sinister Six

cinemablend.com – My pop culture Spidey Sense is tingling, so this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly must have been taken over by The Amazing Spider-Man 2, where a few details and confirmations have been mustered on the pages therein. We’re not entirely focused on Marc Webb’s sequel in particular, though, as Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal and producer Avi Arad took some time to talk about the ridiculously anticipated dark side of that cinematic universe and boosted our confidence in the reality of Sinister Six and Venom features coming in the future. 5 years 36 weeks ago via jetli
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Close-Up Look at Green Goblin in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Photo

movieweb.com – In case you had any doubt that Dane DeHaan isn't playing Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a new photo gives us our best look at the villainous character yet. Take a look at this image, then read on for more details.New look at the Green Goblin (our best yet). 5 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee
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First Close-Up Look At The Green Goblin In The Amazing Spider-Man 2

cinemablend.com – We just had three Spider-Man movies centered around the threat of the Green Goblin, Peter Parker’s arch nemesis. But we really only saw the tip of the iceberg: Willem Dafoe played Norman Osborn in each film, pushing and cajoling his son Harry (James Franco) to take up the family business. 5 years 36 weeks ago via jetli
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Felicity Jones' Role In THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Finally Revealed?

comicbookmovie.com – The list below was taken from an official casting sheet (via Twitter's @Marvel_Spider) of Czech actors being drafted in to work on The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and as you can see, it seemingly confirms that the mysterious character being played by Felicity Jones is indeed none other than Felicia Hardy, a.k.a. 5 years 37 weeks ago via brucelee
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Watch: Final Trailer For 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Spins A Web For The Sequel

fb.indiewire.com – While you might still be miffed that "The Amazing Spider-Man" told the origin story you already knew, director Marc Webb admits to Rolling Stone he had actually turned down a script for the first movie that ditched it altogether. "It was different. It still had the Lizard in it, but it was a script that jumped ahead in time and relied on knowledge of the comic books that I don't think everyone had," he exlained to the magazine. 5 years 37 weeks ago via jetli
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