Marc Webb's new The Amazing Spider-Man, starring Andrew Garfield, Sally Field, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Martin Sheen and Campbell Scott, is following in the footsteps of such films as The Avengers and Captain America by teasing a whole new villain in a short clip after the credits.
Emma Stone made the perfect Gothic contrast to real-life beau and The Amazing Spider-Man co-star Andrew Garfield at the re-boot's French premiere at Le Grand Rex in Paris. Director Marc Webb says he witnessed firsthand the chemistry between Stone, 23, and Garfield, 28, when the pair had their first read-through.
If director Marc Webb has his way, The Amazing Spider-Man will be unlike anything anyone has ever seen when it hits theaters July 3. That's because Webb, whose earlier work includes the indie hit (500) Days of Summer, is making sure the Spider-Man reboot includes heart and smarts, and he's enlisted the help of some movie magic-makers to crank up the visual volume.
On the surface there would appear to be very little that’s fresh about this feature debut from music video director Marc Webb, who turned down a lot of offers of teen comedies to make his mark with this sweet indie rom-com.