Okay, this is a joke and a half that only a fanboy can love. Peter Parker, Spider-Man, is one of those heroes that you want to punch in the face for being so angst ridden and annoying and whiny and just annoying. But, he has super powers. This sequel is going to make billions. We will see it. We will not be happy.
As you probably know by now, Peter Parker meets his untimely end in the 700th issue of Spider-Man.
As we just reported here on TG, the first reviews are in for The Amazing Spider-Man, the reboot of the classic Marvel character, and it looks like the movie's a winner.
With so many genre movies already making their box office mark (Hunger Games, Avengers), it almost seems like everyone has forgotten the latest Spider-Man reboot which hits theaters on July 3.
As we've often noted on TG, when you're shooting a big, event genre film, you've got to try and keep everything top secret until the movie hits theaters.
With the Captain America film living up to expectations, and the character coming back in next year's Avengers, Chris Evans is now officially a star, which he's admitted he's a bit nervous about.