Former wall-crawler adamantly refutes internet speculation that he's suiting up again opposite Tom Holland in the upcoming MCU installment.
Alfred Molina is set to return as Doctor Octopus in the next Spider-Man movie, reprising his role from the Sam Raimi directed Spider-Man 2 in 2004.
Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire were conspicuous by their absence from 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'.
Dane DeHaan took up the Green Goblin mantle 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2', and he's sure there was more to come.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Ambitious art-house movie streaming platform MUBI continues to make waves after the pickup of Luca Guadagnino’s <em>Suspiria</em> with the UK acquisition of David Robert Mitchell’s Cannes head-trip mystery <em>Under The Silver Lake</em>. The deal was struck between MUBI and MadRiver Pictures. As it is doing with <em>Suspiria</em>, the UK outfit will give Mitchell’s <em>It Follows</em> follow-up a theatrical release, this time in 2019. Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough and Topher Grace star in the…
From Will Ferrell and Jared Leto to Lindsay Lohan and Jennifer Lawrence these are the stars you might want to say hello to (or steer clear of) the next time you see them in public.
Though the success of "Spider-Man: Homecoming" eclipsed his incomplete trilogy, Marc Webb takes full ownership of his movies.
Andrew Garfield hit some social media turbulence earlier this month, after saying that he was 'a gay man right now, just without the physical act'.
The Spider-Man movies have spun a pretty complex web over the years, with changing stars and cancelled projects, horror directors and fan films...
Using some impressively diplomatic language, Marc Webb discusses how the Amazing Spider-Man movies 'weren't a disaster'.
The 2017 Academy Award nominations have been announced and, as expected, Damien Chazelle’s wonderful musical ‘La La Land’ leads the pack with a record-equalling 14 nominations, with ‘Arrival’ and ‘Moonlight’ just behind it with eight nods each. As ever many of the nominations were expected, with Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Denzel Washington and Viola Davis all receiving acting nominations, but what about the surprises?
Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds’ kiss was easily the highlight of the entire Golden Globes ceremony, as both actors took solace in each other after missing out in their respective Best Actor categories. After the Golden Globes had finally come to an end, Reynolds and Garfield’s smooch was the talk of Tinseltown.
Spider-Man and Deadpool made out at the Golden Globes last night. As Ryan Gosling made his way to the stage to collect his award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for his role in ‘La La Land’, the camera panned past the table where Ryan Reynolds was seated next to Andrew Garfield. Reynolds, also nominated for ‘Deadpool’ in the best category, consoled himself by planting a huge smacker on the lips of former ‘Spider-Man’ star Andrew Garfield.
<p>It's not all awards and red carpets…</p><p>Every actor has roles they'd rather forget, whether it's Bryan Cranston's stint voicing baddies on 'Power Rangers' or Jennifer Anniston's cringe-worthy appearing in '90s horror-comedy, 'The Leprechaun'. But what about this year's Golden Globes nominees? It looks as though there's a fair few clangers between them.</p>
It seems the former Spider-Man Andrew Garfield has nothing but good things to say about his successor in the role, and the character’s new movie. Garfield – recently nominated for a Golden Globe in the Best Actor (Drama) category, for his lead role in Mel Gibson’s ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ – was asked by Entertainment Tonight for his thoughts on the recent trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ the Sony/Marvel co-production with Tom Holland in the lead. Garfield took over from Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker/Spider-Man with 2012’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ and while there was some controversy over the character being rebooted again so soon after the initial ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy, Garfield’s casting was widely accepted as one of the film’s principal strengths.
Rather conspicuously released just prior to awards season, Martin Scorsese’s new epic ‘Silence’ is getting some serious early buzz from critic screenings. There are no reviews yet, as they’re under embargo, but some US critics were unable to hold in their praise, dropping some plaudits on Twitter. Village Voice scribe Bilge Ebiri wrote: I saw SILENCE twice today. First time, I was absorbed, impressed, moved. Second time, I was in tears. One of Scorsese's greatest films.
Martin Scorsese will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday (20 November) morning to discuss his latest film, a religious epic starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson. It’s not clear if Francis will be in attendance at the second, more private screening taking place on Thursday.