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It’s official! Sony have given fans of the iconic wall-crawling comic-book character an early Christmas present with confirmation that THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 trailer will arrive online on the 5th December.
The rather appropriately named Marc Webb is once again at the helm of the blockbusting return of Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and his alter-ego, as he takes on Jamie Foxx’s sparky villain Max Dillon (aka Electro) as well as the introduction of a host of other goons. All who a sure to make their presence felt in the expected future instalments as part of the Sinister Six.
I saw a rough unfinished cut of the trailer during San Diego Comic Con which suggested there were as many amusing moments as there were action-packed set-pieces.
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 will swing into UK cinemas from 18th April and the US on the 2nd May 2014. It co-stars Emma Stone, B.J. Novak, Denis Leary, Sally Field, Martin Sheen, Chris Zylka, Dane DeHaan, Colm Feore, Marton Csokas, Felicity Jones, Chris Cooper, Paul Giamatti and Sarah Gadon.
From what we can work out, Movie 43 is probably going to be the strangest film we have ever seen. At least if this rather unexpected – yet fairly hilarious – clip of Emma Stone getting out her dodgy flirting skills is anything to go by.
Frankly anything involving Emma is enough to get our bum in front of the telly, but this new flick looks set to be both funny and ridiculously rude. Starring loads of celebs including Kate Winslet, Chloe Moretz, Elizabeth Banks and Gerard Butler, it’s Emma’s rudey dudey scene in the supermarket that has got us chuckling our faces off, because let’s be honest, anything involving talk of ‘performing a sex act on a wizard’ is going to be great.
Can we just mention that the love interest also just so happens to be the kid from She’s All That, who rollerblades and forces the school bullies to eat pizza with pubes on.
What a lovely memory.
Frankly the clip is on the same level of weird, so check it out, but only if you don’t mind lots of rudeness
Well that was BIZARRE. At least now we know what Andrew Garfield is in for.
Emma Stone attended the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation’s 6th Annual Peace, Love and a Cure cocktail reception in New Jersey on Tuesday with her mother, Krista, and her brother, Spencer, by her side. The event was personal for the Stone family, as Emma’s mom was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 at the age of 48. The starlet honored her mother at the benefit, presenting her with an award, and sharing a few touching words with the crowd. During the event, “The Spider-Man” actress revealed that she felt overwhelmed when she learned of her mother’s diagnosis saying, “I was oddly stoic, the opposite of how I usually am. But it was terrifying.” Her mother chimed in and said, “”I’m sure, in private, Em lived in fear and anxiety. But she really shifted into this [mode of] ‘We’re going to take care of this, and everything’s going to be fine.’”
At the time of her mother’s diagnosis, Emma was only 19 years old and living alone in Los Angeles. Her career was just beginning to take off. But her mom was her main priority, and she flew back to Arizona often to be with her during her treatments, which included a double mastectomy and a year-and-a-half of chemo.
Now, Krista is 5 years cancer-free, and her A-lister daughter is taking every opportunity to spread awareness about the deadly disease. But the mother and daughter duo aren’t looking back! They even found a fun way to commemorate her conquering the disease.
Check out the vid to see how Emma and her mama ‘marked’ the moment her mom beat breast cancer!
Since we had empty category for Movie 43 I went a bit around searching for stuff and got you an update. Enjoy the still, poster and featurette.
The Croods is a prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always shielded them from danger is destroyed. Traveling across a spectacular landscape, the Croods discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures — and their outlook is changed forever.
Source: Total Film