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garfieldspidey header Comics on Film: Andrew Garfield and the Tangled Future of the Amazing Spider Man Franchise

Director Marc Webb’s reboot of the Spider-Man film series has been a surprisingly polarizing topic among comic book fans and movie lovers. While 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man was well received and managed a respectable box office gross, some people were left scratching their heads at the idea of a reboot for a successful franchise happening barely a decade after the original series began. Still, Webb’s direction and the… Continue reading Comics on Film: Andrew Garfield and the Tangled Future of the 'Amazing Spider-Man' Franchise




455010710 Andrew Garfield Wasnt Happy With Final Cut of Amazing Spider Man 2 EitherCritics weren’t so kind to “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ when it was released earlier this year, and it seems that star Andrew Garfield wasn’t so… Continue reading Andrew Garfield Wasn't Happy With Final Cut of 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Either









andrew+garfield+drag+arcade+fire+coachella Andrew Garfield Dances in Drag to Send a Powerful Message (VIDEO)We’ve come to the point in pop culture where even music videos get teasers, but now that we’ve seen the full six-minute video of Arcade Fire’s “We Exist,” we get why they were building buzz.

The emotionally stirring video is “the story of a young person’s struggle with gender identity,” as per the band, and shows Andrew… Continue reading Andrew Garfield Dances in Drag to Send a Powerful Message (VIDEO)

0c 001 Interview: Zero Charisma Directors Katie Graham and Andrew MatthewsIf you’re checking out movie news on the web, there’s a good chance that you’ll be able identify some of the characters in Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews’ new indie comedy Zero Charisma, lovingly set in the nerd haven of Austin, Texas and examining the life of an RPG gamer who takes his hobby just a little bit too seriously.

Scott (Sam Eidson) doesn’t have a lot… Continue reading Interview: Zero Charisma Directors Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews

  • ‘Stuck In the Middle With You,’ Stealers Wheel (‘Reservoir Dogs’)

    Possibly the most iconic use of music in the whole Quentin Tarantino oeuvre, QT trotted out the propulsive 1972 daytime AM favorite from Stealers Wheel to soundtrack, of all things, a captured cop getting his ear sliced off. One of the more ingenious things about his use of music in “Reservoir Dogs” is that it’s a minor plot point –