The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was released in 2014 and was directed by Marc Webb. The film is based on the Marvel comic book franchise of Spider-Man, a teenage boy named Peter Parker who inherits superhuman abilities. The film is also a sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man, which was released in 2012. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 stars Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, Emma Stone as Gwen Stacey, Jamie Foxx as Electro, and Dane DeHann as Harry Osbourn. Other cast members include Chris Cooper, Paul Giamatti, and Sally Field.
In true Spider-Man fashion, Peter Parker must make difficult choices while those around him choose the paths of evil. In The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Peter juggles his strained relationship with Gwen while battling super villains that boast powers and abilities he has never faced before.
While its action scenes were praised, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 received mixed reviews from critics. Most agree the plot was overstuffed with superfluous characters and a complicated plot that distracted viewers from the chemistry between Peter and Gwen.
Everyone can breathe a sigh of relief - our favorite couple appears to be back together!
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When you're being hounded by the paparazzi, you have a couple of options. You could yell at them, throw punches, and generally act like Kanye West, or you could pull a Garfield/Stone. When "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" stars and all-around favorite couple of everyone ever Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were spotted out and about in New York City the other day, they were mobbed by paparazzi as usual.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" has just about everything: Love, loss, villains, mysteries, "Homeland" style crazy theory boards...and that's just the problem. At about two and a half hours long, the second Spidey offering from "500 Days of Summer" director Marc Webb is a hefty superhero flick. When all of the material is necessary, a two-hour-plus movie isn't the worst thing.
There are some big movies coming later in May, but this weekend, everyone's getting out of Spider-Man's way. The Marvel superhero should have no problem defeating Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton, and even fellow hero Captain America shouldn't be much of a challenge.
Marvel started a tradition of sorts in Superhero movies to include a post-credits teaser scene to set up the inevitable sequels to their blockbuster films. "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" isn't a Marvel films release, but it still has a teaser of sorts. Fans hoping to see a full-out scene in the theaters will be disappointed, though. Sit through those credits all you want, but nothing will come up on that screen to tease the third Spidey movie.
Watching TV in 3D? That's old news, man. Now, 4D...that's the future. At the 2014 National Cable and Telecommunications Association gathering this week, tech companies have been touting news ways to push the boundaries of watching TV in your home. One of the product concepts brought up was a "4D" experience, in the form of the "Buttkicker," a concept from the Guitammer Company.