The Amazing Spider-Man
"They’re just milking that cow for money," the star said.
He’s not your friendly neighborhood web-slinging superhero anymore.
"It's not my kind of movie."
More than just laying down sonic wallpaper, Horner found a way to make even larger-than-life scenarios seem human, and relatable, and real. As a result, his music became instantly recognizable even to those folks who didn't normally pay attention to that stuff.
Only time will tell. "It's a rare character that gets the public outcry that Spider-Gwen got," senior editor Nick Lowe said
Max Charles has a resume longer than his arm. This confident young man is not only adorable, but a pleasure to interview!
According to Hollywood insiders, the story for the next Spider-Man movie -- which will be known as The Amazing Respected Comrade and Supreme Leader Spider-Man -- will involve hero Peter Parker, played by Kim Jong-un.
Months after making a splash with her debut in the pages of "Amazing Spider-Man" - the product of the Eureka idea of having
The MovieFilm Podcast: 22 Jump Street, How to Train Your Dragon 2, and a Chat With the Cast of Jersey Boys!
We start the show this week with my sit-down chat with John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, and Michael Lomenda, the cast of Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys. Then, it's a rip-roaring ride as Brian finally gets around to seeing A Million Ways to Die in the West -- and wonders where all the jokes went.
Welp, this video is proof that "Spider-Man 3" used all the tropes in movie history and was in no way as good as "Spider-Man
Summer movie season is here, our favorite time of the year! For this week's show, we fly Sean-less, but Brian and I still have lots to chat about, including Jon Favreau's return to his indie writing/directing roots with the cooking dramady, Chef.
NEW YORK (AP) - "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" debuted with $92 million in North American theaters over the weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday. It was a solid opening for Sony's Columbia Pictures, which has released five movies about Marvel's web-slinging superhero in the last 14 years.
To be perfectly blunt about it, big studio blockbuster releases typically don't fail as spectacularly as The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
I am really pleased with how this series of Marvel's Spider-Man franchise is developing. I am a devoted fan of the Spider-Man trilogy that captured the hearts of the of comic book fans in the early 2000s and I love the interpretation of the comics done by Director Sam Raimi.
It feels at times like two separate movies awkwardly scotch-taped together, which has me a bit worried about Sony's big mega-franchise plans. But as far as this entry goes, despite its flaws, I left the theater feeling satisfied. Not amazed, but satisfied.
At just nine years old, Jorge Vega plays a character, also known as Jorge, in the film The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Jorge has already conquered all three mediums -- stage, television and film.
This movie balances humor, drama, action and world-building in a way that reminded me of "Iron Man 3." Do you ever feel like