There has been much speculation on what Marvel and Sony should do with the Spider-Man reboot. Now, hear what the ArrowKnight has to say.
With it being up in the air whether Spiderman will remain with SONY or return to MARVEL and his makers, I have comprised a fancast of what might just put our wall crawler back in business
Some marvelous concept art created by conceptual illustrator Adam Brockbank for Joe Johnston's Captain America: The First Avenger, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 and Zack Snyder's Watchmen. Hit the jump to check them out.
McCune Design is an Academy Award-winning special effects company that designed miniatures for Sam Raimi's Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2. Hit the jump to see miniatures of Dr. Otto Octavius' waterfront lair seen in the film's climax.
Hit the jump to check out awesome concept art that conceptual illustrator Wil Madoc Rees ("Thor") created for 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Daredevil as well as Sony's Spider-Man 2.
Yes, yet another editorialized look at this much-maligned film. As it turns out, I think that it is a lot better than it is given credit for being. I know—I never expected to hear myself say that, either. But my quest to be objective has led me to this...
For me, Sony have only produced one great Spidey film and that honor would go to Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2. What makes that film so good is the amazing performance of Alfred Molina as Dr. Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus. Come see designs for his character.
Conceptual artist Hugh Sicotte ("Noah") updated his website with concept art he created for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Come see designs for Electro's Ravencroft cell, eel tank and the subway hideout Peter Parker's father built.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Spider-Man 2, here are 51 questions off the top of my head for the movie!
It is a commonly accepted opinion that X-Men: The Last Stand completely botched the Dark Phoenix saga. Fortunately, I believe we already have a superior film adaption of the Dark Phoenix Saga in Spider-Man 2. Hit the jump to hear my theory!
This is my welcome to CBM. I have been a long time Spider-Man fan and for my first article, I shall review Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2". Check out my first review!
Revealed by lestoilesheroiques.fr we now have the covers for the dvd and blu ray releases of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Due out by September 4th. Come check out and see how they look.
After they recently released their Everything Wrong With Sam Raimi's Spider-Man video, CinemaSins has decided to continue with their original Spider-Man trilogy by releasing Everything Wrong With Spider-Man 2. Check it out...
See what I thought of Spider-Man 2.
Sam Raimi's second Spider-Man film is usually hailed as one of the greatest CBM's ever. Does it live up to it's acclaim? Or has it always been somewhat over-rated? Hit the jump for my take...
Fantasy or Fact: Does Doc Ock Have Steel Jaw?
Can Doctor Otto Octavius take a punch from a guy with the proportionate strength of a spider?
I'm truly a Batman fan and have the embaressing amount of collectables to prove it, but when it comes to the best of the best, Spider-Man 2 is where it's at!!
Skipping the first one(for now) because this sequel is seen as not only the best in the series, but up there with the best CBM's of all time. So, is it?..
Ultimate Spider-man creator, Brian Bendis, tweets something that could lead to the possibility of Sony going the ultimate route with Spidey 2012. Check it Out!
Check out this video of Stan the Man Lee, giving his thoughts on the Spidey Reboot!
According to two sources, the next Spider-Man movie is taking shape, and most of the principals are onboard.
Comic book artist/writer and action figure maker, Todd McFarlane, who is one of the creators of the Marvel villain Venom, doesn't think a Venom movie will do well. Get his take after the jump.
We reported about a potential Venom movie during the Spider-Man 3 release, and now it looks like it will indeed happen...
Attention potential Broadway stars! An open casting call is going out for a Peter Parker and Mary Jane for the Spider-Man Musical.
Sony/Columbia pictures has announced to the LA Times that Spider-Man's 4th theatrical appearance will be in May 2011.