Nothing is more depressing than to learn that Peter Parker is dead and gone as of the last Ultimate Spider-Man issue #160 from June. Marvel Comics has revealed the new web-slinging Spidey, who will replace our longtime comic-book favorite character. The choice goes to a half-black and half-Latino Brooklyn teenager named Miles Morales. If the Leader of the Free World is African-American, why not Spidey?
It is still glued in our memory the couple of photos of Andrew Garfield as The Amazing Spider-Man in really-awkward hipster pants as well as in his spidey costume. I am more than pleased to say that Sony has just released a NEW set of photos of Andrew Garfield from the upcoming Marvel adaption The Amazing Spider-Man in HQ. This includes great looks at the mask, the web-shooters, and a first look at Denis Leary as Captain Stacy. Oh well, finally the nice one comes!
Check out the images below.
The Amazing Spider-Man screenwriter, Steve Kloves, has recently confirmed that he is taking this new Spider-Man back to his roots. As the screenwriter for all of the ‘Harry Potter’ movies excluding Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Steve Kloves promised that his Spider-Man will have natural realistic language as compared to the previous Spider-Man by Sam Raimi.
“I said, ‘I can’t do ‘shazam!’ dialogue,” he confessed. “That’s not what I do. If you wanna do the Peter Parker I knew as a kid reading the comic book, I can do that because it was grounded in exactly what you said, reality,”
Stop here if you don’t want to read how Spider-Man meets his death.
It has been confirmed that the highly anticipated Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” film will waltz at San Diego Comic-Con 2011. The panel will involve the whole cast and crew discussing the new Spider-Man for the first time. Other panels will feature the cast of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn,” DreamWorks’ “Real Steel”, Universal Pictures’ “Cowboys and Aliens”, and a few others.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing Spider-Man back to Comic-Con – it’s an exciting place to give the fans an inside look into what the new Spider-Man film is all about,” Sony’s Marc Weinstock explained.
Alibi.com recently got an exclusive interview via e-mail with Marvel Comics Hero – writer, editor, producer, publisher and former president of Marvel Comics, Stan Lee. Creator of many popular Marvel Characters such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and The Avengers, Stan Lee will make an appearance at the inaugural Albuquerque Comic Expo in July.
After six months of delays, ‘Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark’ is finally scheduled for a worldwide (yes, for the whole world to see it in NYC) release on June 14. However, this time around the producers of this $70 million muscial have sent ‘save-the-date’ notices for the critics to review the new revamped show in its final form.
“My office has been fielding a lot of calls from anxiety-ridden critics desperate to know if they are on our list,” spokesman Rick Miramontez said in an interview. “The save-the-dates are simply meant to reassure everyone that they will indeed have a chance to see SPIDER-MAN.”
Some new photos of the new Marc Webb Spider-Man movie has finally popped up on the internet showing a glimpse of the main villain, Dr. Curt Connors (The Lizard), in a black coat and pale blue mask. Well, we are not sure yet if this new set of photos are the lizard, but it looks like so!
As you can see this mysterious guy wears a black coat and covers his face with a blue mask in spite of his eyes which are showing a greenish scale make-up. So, let’s assume that this guy is Rhys Ifans, the main villain in the new Spider-Man movie.
Marvel Comics has announced the outcome of the “Ultimate” universe in the “Death of Spider-Man” storyline, hinting about the fate of Peter Parker and revealing the new ultimate Spider-Man. If you are a Spider-Man fan, be ready to read the astonishing idea of the sold out storyline crossing “Ultimate Comics Spider-Man” and “Ultimate Comics Avengers Vs Ultimates”.
With June being the month that Spider-Man will die, Marvel decided to create a new Spider-Man as well as a new character under the mask, which is shockingly not Peter Parker anymore. Peter Parker dies and in his wake a newcomer arrives as an all new Spider-Man in an all new costume.
On SNL – “Saturday Night Live Weekend Update”, Spider-Man’s musical director, Julie Taymor, portrayed by Kristen Wiig, discusses her firing from the show. She explains that she was let go from the Broadway musical, “Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark,” because she was accused of putting actors in physical danger.
The “Weekend Update” host, Seth Meyer, questioned Julie about her dismissal and her opinion of some critics who claimed her arrogance and incompetency drove the Marvel Comics adaptation to failure.