Tons of news this week including Netflix developing a Legend of Zelda series, the first look at Arrow’s Atom suit, the possible TNT Teen Titans lineup, the potential end of the WWE and much more.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 opened to $92 million this weekend but compared to the Sam Raimi trilogy and Amazing Spider-Man 1, that’s a little low.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 kicks off Summer 2014 but reviews are mixed and split right down the middle.
During it’s big Super Bowl spot, a link for www.enemiesunited.com revealed a four minute long new trailer, following the origins of Jamie Foxx’s Max Dillon/Electro.
The guys break out their discussion of The Amazing Spider-Man from the regular Everything Actioncast and talk about pretty much every scene from the movie, so spoiler alert.
It’s been five years since Spider-Man 3 killed the Sam Raimi Spidey trilogy and Sony decided to reboot the franchise with a whole new cast and a return to Spidey’s origins with The Amazing Spider-Man. Was it worth restarting the franchise or should more time have passed before another attempt?
The Amazing Spider-Man has been out since Tuesday and is doing extremely well and two more movies are opening this weekend.
The Summer of Action is in full swing with probably the only movie that come close to matching The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, and also the return to crazy over the top violence for Oliver Stone and the reboot of Spider Man.
A longer look at the upcoming reboot of Spider-Man debuted today and gives a glimpse of what The Lizard will look like and some more plot details. *The new trailer debuted and shows off a little more of The Lizard and the conspiracy that seems to involve Peter’s parents and Oscorp*
After Entertainment Weekly released a tons of pictures from the upcoming Spider Man reboot last week, we now have the first trailer for it.