Exclusive News: The scoop on possible THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 villains (Green Goblin maybe)

Andrew Garfield in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN | ©2012 Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN is currently playing in theatres, and this new version of the web-head is unlike any we seen before. Director Marc Webb re-booted the popular Sony Pictures franchise with a more modern take on everyone’s favorite wall crawler now played by Andrew Garfield, and introduced audience to a host of familiar and new characters. ASSIGNMENT X spoke with Jerome Chen the Sr. Visual Effects Supervisor on the film, and even though the Lizard is the current villain, we couldn’t help but wonder what might be next for the web-headed wonder. Chen gave us a very specific place in […]Read On »

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The Top Ten Gwen Stacy SPIDER-MAN comic Multiverse moments

Gwen Stacy from ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN | (C)Marvel Comics

In THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN hitting theatres, Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) doesn’t have a familiar red head as his number one squeeze. Mary Jane Watson is not the object of his affections this time around, and instead we have Peter’s first love from the comics Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Gwen or Gwendy as she is often called was played by Bryce Dallas Howard in a sort of botched attempt to introduce the character into the film continuity in SPIDER-MAN 3, but that wasn’t the actress’s fault – that movie just had far too many problems. So now that new fans are […]Read On »

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Movie Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN IMAX 3D

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN IMAX poster | ©2012 Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Dennis Leary, Sally Field, Martin Sheen, Irrfan Khan Writer: James Vanderbilt, Alvin Sargent, Steve Kloves, Story by James Vanderbilt, Based on characters created by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko Director: Marc Webb Distributor: Sony Pictures Release Date: July 3, 2012 So let’s get the qualifications out there right off the bat with this review. I’ve been collecting Spider-man since I was about 3 or 4 (so a little over 30 years) which actually makes me feel REALLY old, but I know a thing or two about the web-head. Or I can […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Sr. VFX Supervisor Jerome Chen gets caught in the web

Spider-Man in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN | ©2012 Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, is almost here and this new version of the web-head is unlike any we seen before. Director Marc Webb is re-booting the popular Sony Pictures franchise with a more modern take on everyone’s favorite wall crawler now played by Andrew Garfield. In the new film Peter Parker has to grasp and grapple with the mysteries surround his parents’ past, and deal with the great power and responsibility that comes with becoming a super hero. His main nemesis in the film is The Lizard (Rhys Ifans), a mutated creation which is the result of Dr. Curtis Connors experimenting […]Read On »

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Wondercon News: Emma Stone talks THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and playing Gwen Stacy

Emma Stone in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN | ©2012 Sony Pictures

Getting a chance to move into the big budget superhero world of THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN was a thrill for actress Emma Stone who tackles the iconic Gwen Stacy in the film reboot of the classic character. “You realize there is so much material when it comes to Spider-Man,” admits Stone, who had just came off THE HELP, which was also based on a book. “THE HELP was one big book, but this was 50 years of comic book material. You can’t please everybody. You just have to bring the character to life in the best way you know how and […]Read On »

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Wondercon News: The scoop on THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN teaser poster | ©2012 Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

While speaking to the press shortly before THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN panel at Wondercon 2012, director Marc Webb spoke about how different the new Spider-Man saga will be from the Sam Raimi trilogy that came before it. “There are elements of Spider-Man that’s universal,” says Webb. “He shoots his web and soars through the sky. He’s also a little guy who beats up guys bigger than him. I think for me, there were a few things in the SPIDER-MAN comics that were really interesting like the story of Peter’s parents and where he came from. I thought it was really interesting […]Read On »

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Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Sneak Preview Footage and filmmaker/actor discussion

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN teaser poster | ©2012 Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

I have to admit, my interest in the new THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN movie hasn’t been as rabid as my interest in the other superhero movies this summer (and you know who you are). Maybe it had to do with loving the Sam Raimi incarnation, or maybe it just felt that the Spider-Man world had been exhausted in the film world. Yet, today, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios offered up a special global sneak preview of the new film (opening July 3) with the filmmakers and actors in attendance in one of the many select cities across the globe so fans […]Read On »

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Exclusive: Broadway vet gives take on SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK controversy

SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK Broadway poster

This Friday, actor Kevin Cahoon stars in the new Disney CGI animated films MARS NEEDS MOMS as the Martian sidekick Wingnut. However, Cahoon is also known for his Broadway work, including his work with Julie Taymor on THE LION KING musical. Naturally, we couldn’t resist asking him his take on Taymor’s latest Broadway effort SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK, which has had its fair share of controversy, accidents, unhappy actors – and all of this in the preview stage. Here’s what Cahoon had to say … ASSIGNMENT X: You’ve worked with Julie Taymor before on THE LION KING musical, what […]Read On »

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