I have added over 200 HD screencaptures from Emma’s scenes in The Amazing Spiderman. Enjoy them.
The second Spider-Man movie is about to start production, and Emma Stone was here to tell Ellen her thoughts on her superhero co-star, Andrew Garfield.
“I think I’m ready,” Emma Stone jokes of facing off against Shailene Woodley for the affections of “The Amazing Spider-Man” in the sequel.
Here is the latest casting date regarding the The Amazing Spider-Man sequel. Dane DeHaan has been cast to play Harry Osborn in the movie.
Chronicle star Dane DeHaan has nabbed the coveted role of Harry Osborn in Columbia’s sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man.
Director Marc Webb tweeted the news Monday: “Meet Harry Osborn. So excited to have him on board. @danedehaan.”
DeHaan joins Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and Shailene Woodley in the movie.
Columbia conducted an intense search before landing on DeHaan, testing actors such as Sam Claflin (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables), Douglas Booth (LOL) and Boyd Holbrook (The Host).
DeHaan also went through an earlier round of consideration with actors Alden Ehrenreich (Beautiful Creatures) and Brady Corbet.
There was also some debate whether the role called for something darker and edgier, or more Robert Redford as the prototype. James Franco played the Osborn role in the Sam Raimi-directed Spider-Man films of the 2000s, taking a more brooding and dark path for the character.
DeHaan appeared in shows like In Treatment and True Blood before landing the lead in Chronicle, where he played an angst-ridden teen slowly losing control over recently-gained superpowers. The movie proved to be a surprise hit earlier this year and put the actor on the map.
He is currently on screen in a bit part in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln and recently wrapped Devil’s Knot, Atom Egoyan’s take on the West Memphis Three.
DeHaan is repped by CAA and the Schiff Co.
Andrew Garfield was on Ellen Degeneres today and he talks about Emma (well kind of)!
Check out a sneak peek of the behind the scenes featurette which contains scenes from Emma and Andrew’s screen test together for The Amazing Spider-Man.
It looks as if Andrew Garfield was completely smitten by Emma Stone from the moment they screen-tested for The Amazing Spider-Man. (And, really, who can blame him, right?)
“She came in and she was like a shot of espresso,” the actor says in a special feature on the movie’s Blu-ray/DVD release, out on Friday. “She’s incredibly energetic and enthusiastic and she had this sense of play and fun, which was incredibly exciting.”
And it was a connection that certainly wasn’t lost on the film’s director, Marc Webb, either.
“There were fireworks,” Webb says about seeing Garfield and Stone working together. “She could take Andrew’s improvisation and witticisms and one-up him. It was amazing to see them go back and forth, and it really became fun to watch them.”
Stone herself comments that it was essential for the relationship between the characters to feel “authentic.”
Something the adorable duo clearly conveys in real life, too!
Jamie Foxx is in early talks to join Columbia Pictures’ sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The Oscar winner would play Electro, a villain who controls electricity and was introduced to the Marvel Comics universe in The Amazing Spider-Man #9 back in 1964. The character, whose real name is Max Dillon, has not previously been portrayed on film, though he was included in an unproduced treatment written by James Cameron in the late ‘80s.
Foxx ignited fan speculation when he tweeted Thursday about dressing up like a certain villain.
The Amazing Spider-Man follow-up is slated for a May 2, 2014 release and reunites director Marc Webb with stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, as well as newcomer Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane Watson. The screenplay is by Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner based on a previous draft by James Vanderbilt. The film will be produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach.
Latest update regarding Emma in The Amazing Spider-Man sequel.
We already knew that Shailene Woodley was in talks to play Mary Jane in the next Spider-Man movie. Well, the Hollywood Reporter elaborated on what that will entail and what it means for Emma Stone’s character:
“The Mary Jane role is proving to be only a very small part in Amazing Spider-Man 2 but blossoms into an integral lead for the planned third movie as the studio seeks to build to the classic ‘Death of Gwen Stacy’ story.”
In the comics, Spider-Man accidentally kills Gwen Stacy while trying to save her. Is this how it will go down in this apparent trilogy? More important, does this mean Emma Stone will go back to being a redhead?