The Amazing Spider-Man

Where Has the "Amazing" Gone?: Hubris Overturning Noir in Spidey's Origin | 18 Jul 2012 // 4:20 AM

Like it or not, something's missing from Marc Webb's cinematic reimagining of the Amazing Spider-Man, the exact piece that makes Spider-Man, Spider-Man…

Through His Glasses: A Talk with The Amazing Spider-Man's Leif Gantvoort | 2 Jul 2012 // 11:30 PM

The actor-director Leif Gantvoort plays a pivotal role in the summer blockbuster The Amazing Spider-Man, and swings by PopMatters to tell us all about it: the Mensa premiere, his thoughts on if it's too soon for a franchise reboot, and why everyone should watch the movie Brick ...


The Rise Fall and Rise of Marvel Comics on Film Part 2: The Road Out of Development Hell | 8 Jun 2014 // 9:30 PM

The story is far from over for The Fantastic Four and Spider-Man, but what of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What of the incredible saga of all of those also-ran comic book films?


'The Amazing Spider-Man' is Corporate Regeneration | 2 Jul 2012 // 2:35 AM

The Amazing Spider-Man simplifies the well-known story's struggle between science and myth.


Man vs. Boy: Separating the Two Spideys | 4 Jul 2012 // 3:00 AM

The core concepts may be the same, but this update on the character is not a remake of Raimi's original. It's its own unique vision, one apparently unable to be seen by some.

This 'Spider-man' is Truly 'Amazing' | 29 Jun 2012 // 8:00 AM

The Amazing Spider-man is just that. It's a legitimate epic wrapped up in the tale of one mixed up young man.


In China, Hollywood blockbusters face off on same days | 29 Aug 2012 // 3:35 AM

LOS ANGELES — China is rolling up the red carpet for Hollywood. Just six months after Chinese and American leaders reached a new agreement allowing more

Will Webb keep spinning? ‘Spider-Man 2’ battle intensifies | 31 Jul 2012 // 11:52 PM

LOS ANGELES — Christopher Nolan’s post-Batman plans may be a hot topic of conversation in moviedom, but intrigue is swirling around a different director of

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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