Sony and Columbia Pictures are planning a global sneak peek event for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man movie. The event will take place February 06, 2012 at New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Mexico City, Moscow, Rio, Rome, Seoul, Sydney and Tokyo.
Columbia Pictures has released the official synopsis for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man movie. It’s very similar to what we’ve seen before (specifically on The Amazing Spider-Man movie website), but it is worth checking out for confirmation, joy, and outrage.
When Columbia Pictures reboots Spider-Man, Peter is going to need an Aunt May and Uncle Ben to give him some balance in his life. The rumor mill and insider reporting have been working overtime to dig up these two bits of casting news. First is the news that Martin Sheen is in final talks to play Uncle Ben. Sheen has always been a bit of a hard-ass character, so it will be interesting to see his take on the warm and wise Uncle Ben. The other rumor has Sally Field being offered the role of Aunt May. If both of
Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios have announced that Emma Stone has been cast as Gwen Stacy in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot. Stone will play opposite Andrew Garfield, the new Peter Parker. “The chemistry between Andrew and Emma was stunning and made Emma the clear choice. At the heart of the story of Peter Parker is not only the amazing Spider-Man, but also an ordinary teenager who is wondering what he has to do to get the girl. Andrew and Emma will bring everything audiences expect to these roles, but also make them their own. Much to my surprise, it was
Columbia Pictures has announced Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance will arrive in theaters on February 17, 2012. Nic Cage is returning as the motorcycle riding ghoul, and is directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor. While you may not think the movie was a huge success it did bring Sony $228.7 million from worldwide ticket sales. via Super Hero Hype
It didn’t take Sony long to find Sam Raimi’s replacement to direct the next Spider-Man film.Â According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marc Webb will be helming the next installment of the franchise. According to the article, Webb will use the Jamie Vanderbilt script, which caused Raimi to exit the project and “will look and feel very different from the big movies that went before it.” The company will also be scaling down the budget of the flick to the $80 million range and feature a cast of unknowns. That doesn’t sound good, does it? On the plus side, it does
I still don’t know how to feel about the now classic Karate Kid movie being remade with Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. Work pressures cause a single mother moves to China with her young son; in his new home, the boy embraces karate, taught to him by a master of the self-defense form. For me, nothing will beat the memory of watching the movie while sitting in the front row, when it first came out.Â If you are curious, there are a few more official pictures after the jump.