Andrew Garfield made his 'Saturday Night Live' last night on May 3 to promote this weekend's release of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2.' Among the best moments included getting help from real-life girlfriend Emma Stone, getting kisses from Chris Martin of Coldplay and daring to question the awesomeness of Beyonce in a faux movie trailer.
Most of what I know about complex science comes from comic books, so forgive me if my understanding of quantum mechanics is a little off. But, I think it can mean that particles can exist in two states simultaneously. 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' a film loaded with such half-understood notions of difficult scientific concepts, is a quantum movie. It manages to be both awful and entertaining, freque
We are still a few months away from the release of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' and marketing is ramping up quite a bit, with trailers, more photos, and lots of sneak peeks. Today, we've got a couple of rather revealing featurettes that take you behind the scenes of the upcoming superhero sequel -- and one of them gives you a sneak peek at some of its many (many) villains, including a brief glimpse
Sony is starting their marketing blitz for 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' a move that should culminate Thursday with the release of the film's first trailer. But before we get to see these characters in motion, new stills have emerged to highlight the hero and his new main villain Electro (Jamie Foxx).
Recently, Hugh Jackman spoke about wanting a huge crossover film that would bring the X-Men and Spider-Man into the world of 'The Avengers.' And today at Comic-Con 2013, Andrew Garfield expressed a similar thought.