We have all already seen the teaser that was released earlier this week to promote the Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel, which featured the first footage of Jamie Foxx as Electro. Now the panel has come and gone and we have highlights to share with you.
In an interview with MSN Movies, director of Amazing Spider-Man 2 Marc Webb was asked to comment on the rumors that actor Colm Feore would be playing the Vulture in the movie. His answer? No.
If you want to get the inside scoop on everything going on with the new The Amazing Spider-Man movie, you really need to follow Marc Webb on Twitter. The movie director has been tweeting behind the scenes and other teaser images from the set, and yesterday he gave fans a glimpse at the redesigned costume.
Mark Webb has certainly become a fan of Twitter using the site to tweet out teasers for Amazing Spider-Man 2 in its early stages of principle photography around New York. Yesterday was day three of shooting and the director sent out this image.
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Marc Webb continues to tease The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie by tweeting out some OSCORP tech.
Direct Marc Webb tweeted the first photo from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man sequel, simply stating “Day 1. #anamorphic #film #philthecameraoperator” There’s no word how many people jumped all over his case for not using the proper capital letters in his hash tag.
The Amazing Spider-Man follow-up flick is scheduled to be in theaters on May 02, 2014.
With Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Marc Webb confirmed to return for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, it comes as no surprise that Sony is looking for a certain redhead to create an awkward love triangle to the storyline.
Sony must have liked Marc Webb’s abilities to helm The Amazing Spider-Man — and why wouldn’t they? Webb lead the movie to a $751 million worldwide box office haul, which is probably why he’s now directing The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Director Marc Webb, who is heading up the new Spider-Man movie, did clear up some news about certain 500 Days of High School Twilight Musical actors being cast for the reboot (prequel?).
“We’re casting a wide net. That’s really all i can say at this point,” he said, reiterating that statement when asked if an actor like rumored contender Joseph Gordon-Levitt is too old for the part, or if the studio is looking for an unknown. “We’re casting a wide net.”
That’s good news for everyone all around, I think.Â Also Webb did confirm that he had talks with James Cameron about the best way to bring Spider-Man into 3D.Â My guess is we’ll hear more about the Spider-Man franchise in the coming weeks.