Sunday, July 01, 2012

Amazed with "The Amazing Spider-Man"

You should be amazed with "The Amazing Spider-Man"...


Are you ready for Andrew Garfield with on-screen and real life sweetheart Emma Stone? Well, you better be!

Director Marc Webb is very ecstatic about the out come of "The Amazing Spider-Man" and he is very much excited. He said, "We finished the film about six weeks ago, and it's been such a long ride. It's a bittersweet moment because I've become so close to so many people on the shoot. It's sort of surreal that it's coming to a close." 

Is he ready for the Amazing sequel? He answered, "I don't know," "I've said this before, but it's like asking a woman who's just given birth if she wants to get pregnant again. You know, I need to nurse the baby for a little while."  -- well, I say, go nurture your baby then come back... ☺

Marc said, he needs a vacation, "I think I'm going to go to a beach somewhere, have a glass of whiskey and watch the sun stroll across the sky,"  -- that's coming from a man who has put so much effort and energy to make "The Amazing Spider-Man" one of the best movie.

He also talked about Spider-Man's first villain, the Lizard Man. He thinks, the doctor is still a good man after being corrupted by a DNA which he injects himself with.

"The Amazing Spider-Man" is all-in-all different from the rest, "I think what defines Peter Parker right now is something that we haven't seen before—is that he was left behind by his parents when he was seven years old,"  

"And that's a huge emotional area different from the Spider bite. It's as much a part of his story and what colors his character as the bite is and that's going to impact the rest of his life." - Marc exclaimed!

And so, watching it is like having known Spider-Man all over again for the first time. The younger generations will approve of this.

Marc also talked about "The Avengers" cross-over, which is unlikely to happen anytime soon according to him..."It certainly would be fun. I can't deny that," - but Spider-Man belongs to Sony and Iron Man, Thor and the rest of the Avengers is Disney's property.


It will be difficult for now, but I agree when Marc said, it certainly would be FUN! -- and I must inject, Fans will definitely like that!

How about a Spider-Woman?  Marc laugh and said, we'll never know. He is not sure if he will direct it but will definitely watch it. -- so am I!

So, if you haven't seen "The Amazing Spider-Man" I suggest you must...it's a whole new movie for the whole family to love.

-shaw

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