CBS is ready to roll out a new drama series (The Code), a new event series (The Red Line), and a returning series for its third season (Ransom), with "The Eye Network" unveiling the Spring 2019 premiere dates and times for all three projects--which you can find out more about below:[caption id="attachment_972215" align="aligncenter" width="783"] CBS[/caption] Written[...]
Written by Chris Keyser and directed by Marc Webb, the series is adding Rachel Keller (Legion, Fargo), Gideon Adlon (Blockers, Mustang), Jacques Colimon (Duat), Olivia DeJonge (The Visit), Alex Fitzalan (Slenderman), Kristine Froseth (Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, Apostle), Jose Julian (A Better Life, Shameless), Natasha Liu Bordizzo (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny),[...]
Marc Webb is set to direct the one-hour series from a script written by executive producers Matt Federman and Stephen Scaia. Taylor Elmore will serve as showrunner, with the series expected to premiere in Summer 2019.The series centers on a brilliant antiquities expert and a cunning art thief who team up to catch a ruthless terrorist who[...]
Marc Webb was the director behind the two Amazing Spider-Man movies and he recently sat down with Den of Geek to talk the third installment in that series and the Sinister Six movie that never was:"Yeah, we were talking about the Sinister Six They were going to make a Sinister Six movie before we did[...]
Sony rebooted quickly with Marc Webb directing and Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker and the new film was good, but then the sequel forced too many characters and subplots into the film and killed the franchise This is why we can't have nice things Now Sony is teaming with Marvel to reboot and bring Tom[...]
Director Marc Webb wanted the effects to still feel grounded in reality, which meant the special effects team had to keep gravity in mind in every shot. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - Animated Character Shot BuildWe've always known that Spider-Man's most important conflict has been within himself: the struggle between the ordinary obligations of Peter Parker[...]
I know I’m late to the party on this, but I finally sat down and watched Amazing Spider-Man 2 last night and I had some thoughts about what Sony and Marc Webb are doing with the series and what they might want to avoid next time out.This is going to have spoilers.. so be warned....First up…[...]
Marc Webb is returning to his pre-Spidey roots a bit for his next project, as Showtime announces it has picked up musical comedy pilot Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which Webb has agreed to direct.Writer/actress/comedian Rachel Bloom will star in the pilot as Rebecca, a driven and ambitious young professional who may or may not be crazy when[...]
I don't think I felt this way about any of the previous Spider-Man films at all.Whether we're talking about Sam Raimi's series or Marc Webb's, it's always been the leading man that had me hooked the most I loved Tobey Maguire in the role, especially in his second film In fact, my most beloved moment[...]
The first scene in Sony's new Spider-sequel is a flashback to the Richard and Mary Parker storyline, but once that's done, the screen is filled with a big, bright red logo.And then...[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A44PzbEojM[/youtube]If Marc Webb really wants to have locked-on shots tracking Spidey's every swing, that snorricam style play in this clip is certainly better than[...]
This comes from the top of the movie, in those four minutes of screening that we're told Paul Giamatti will be getting.
Plus a second, bonus clip that's not quite as engaging - at least not out of context.
Ok, internet, Marc Webb hears you, and he wants to reassure you that no, there aren't going to be too many villains in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (this, despite marketing proclaiming "Enemies Unite" and all that which indicates there are indeed a lot of villains).Webb is at SXSW and told The Playlist this[...]
Evidence is that his list of duties starts and stops somewhere around "saying promotional things about the film." More relevant are actual producer Matt Tolmach, director Marc Webb and, just about, Stan Lee.I guess Spider-Man is happy for everybody to know he's in love Foolish boy.Amusingly, the Mail's piece closes with: The clip ends with Gwen[...]
Both Andrew Garfield and Marc Webb have remained weirdly and exclusively loyal to the Amazing Spider-Man franchise since they took it on, but now, two films in, Garfield is finally signing onto other projects and Webb has found his first non-Spidey film gig in three years as well.Deadline reports Fox has acquired a Russian spy[...]
Sony has announced Marc Webb will indeed return to direct The Amazing Spider-Man 3, to close off what he has called the "trilogy."But Sony has no plans to stop there There's already Amazing Spider-Man 4 announced (though it may not have Webb or star Andrew Garfield, at this point) and of course Venom, to be[...]
Marc Webb acquits himself rather well, considering...[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31rqwPOYwYw[/youtube]Confetti? Who can resist confetti? We can look forward to some new footage from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 this Tuesday night, triggered by a personal appearance from the incredible, spectacular, sensational webhead at Times Square's New Year's Eve celebrations.I expect the clips will drop before the big ball does,[...]
In the midst of talking up The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in the interview below, Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield seem to hint that the newly tacked-on fourth film in their franchise may not be a Spider-Man movie at all, at least perhaps not a Garfield/Webb one.Garfield says he's signed for three films and that a[...]
It seems now that we are getting almost 3 minute teaser trailers… we can now get almost 9 minute commentary tracks. This was released this afternoon by Total Film Magazine and included Mark Webb, The director of Amazing Spider-Man 2, Andrew Garfield (Peter Parker), Emma Stone (Gwen Stacey), Dane Dehaan (Harry Osbourne) and Jamie Foxx […]
Featuring Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane Watson. I'm not joking. She's right here.