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.
The classic saying goes “you should never meet your heroes” and more often than not that is the case.More than a few Hollywood stars are not as nice as their onscreen characters and prefer not to have their personal space invaded by strangers, no matter how many times you watched their last movie at the cinema.However, there are just as many famous people who don’t actually mind taking a selfie or signing an autograph so here are 18 stars you might want to say hello to, or avoid, next time you see them out and about.READ MOREWill Marvel address Hank Pym’s dark past?Cavill thinks M:I6 could land him Bond roleHotel Artemis director paid for props on his credit card
The 34-year-old actor has confused -- and angered -- many fans by his comments in the past about his sexuality.
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 actor, who’s currently starring in a production of ‘Angels in America,’ stirred controversy with some poorly worded comments during a Q&A on Monday.
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'.
Martin Scorsese first announced he would adapt Shūsaku Endō’s novel Silence — about a Portuguese priest dispatched to 17th century Japan to investigate the reported apostasy of his mentor — in 2007. Scorsese planned to have film be the follow-up to Shutter Island (2010), but it would take nearly a decade for the iconic director’s passion project to hit movie screens. Andrew Garfield, who plays the lead character Father Rodrigues (a role initially intended for Gael García Bernal), admits he felt the pressure of headlining a project so near and dear to the Goodfellas filmmaker.
Andrew Garfield has not one but two high-profile faith-driven dramas out this winter. First there was Hacksaw Ridge, Mel Gibson’s WWII drama starring Garfield as Desmond Doss, a devout combat medic forbidden by his church from taking up arms yet who managed to save the lives of 75 men at the Battle of Okinawa. Now, the 33-year-old Brit headlines Martin Scorsese’s Silence, an epic retelling of Portuguese priests attempting to keep Catholicism alive during the 17th century Japanese Inquisition.
Andrew Garfield celebrated his 29th birthday with Emma Stone and friends at Disneyland. Just ask Andrew Garfield. The Hacksaw Ridge star, 33, told W a hilarious story about a time he and his friends — including then-girlfriend Emma Stone — ate pot brownies and went to the magical world of Disneyland for his 29th birthday.
Andrew Garfield once wanted to play the prince in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, but he said he was rejected.
From the beginning, the incredible true story of Desmond Doss seemed destined for a big-screen retelling. The heroic actions of Doss, the subject of the new war film Hacksaw Ridge, first captured public attention in 1945. That’s when the WWII medic, who refused to carry a firearm yet ultimately saved the lives of 75 soldiers on the ferocious frontlines of Okinawa, became the first conscientious objector ever awarded the Medal of Honor.
Mel Gibson has been persona non grata in Hollywood for some years now, following his famous and very public meltdown. But some critics are now saying he could be welcomed back into the fold, following what appear to be blazing reviews of his new movie ‘Hacksaw Ridge’. In Variety, Owen Gleiberman writes: “It will likely prove to be the first film in a decade that can mark his re-entry into the heart of the industry. ...