While I’ve been away it seems theres been a major leap in superdude news – with the release of two major costumes in upcoming super-hero flicks – with this latest being the very first image of Andrew Garfield in costume as Spider-Man released by Sony! And it looks pretty damn awesome!
Below we have the pic of what our new friendly neighborhood Spider-man is going to look like in Marc Webb‘s still untitled reboot of the web-slinger franchise. Judging by the pic a mask is still probably in the design phase, but of what we can see we have our finest yet Spidey guise — as you can see, theres been a few major changes to the classic look we know and identify with.
This is not our first pic of Garfield however, as several set-photos of the actor have appeared online, but still this is the first glimpse of Garfield in costume. On the other hand we’ve seen plenty of co-star and Spidey love interest, Gwen Stacy, played by actress Emma Stone.
So it’s out with spandex tights? It seems that not only is the film getting a reboot, but so too is the costume — as the Tobey Maguire suit we grew to know so well has gone under a reboot of its own. One question that will have to answered later is why the hell does Pete Parker looks so bruised and battered?
But what is evident is that they’re going for a mare organic looking costume, with a few modifications; such as the logo and the material. And the major rejig of design pattern of the overall suit, which caters for the change in body type underneath it — a more lankier/linear Garfield over a shorter, stockier Toby Maguire.
So oviously theres been a bit more thought gone into this itteration of the iconic Spidey digs, and its shaping up to be a force to be reckoned with. Check out the awesome pick below, and let us know what you think! As always, enjoy!
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Since the reports and resulting confirmation that Zombieland actress Emma Stone would be playing the Pete Parker love-interest Gwen Stacy, in the 3D Spiderman reboot overseen by director Marc Webb — everyone has been dyeing to see how natural red-head actress Stone would fair with the golden locks.
Seeing as the character Gwen Stacey, who predominantly featured in the comics was a natural blonde. And now here we are. With our first look at Stone with the color change!
The Spiderman cast, had this week been doing some costume testing for the comic-book adaption and were snapped at the red carpet for Trevor Live at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday — including Stone, who looked dashing in her new bob.
Thanks to the guys and gals over at Just Jared we have the pic to share with you!:
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Progress is being made on Sony’s Spider-man reboot, with director Marc Webb and his team of writers already marking their reboot with a new take on the classic Spidey comics, adding some necessary edits and some not so savoury changes — RE: the change in love-interest from lovable red-head Mary-Jane to not-so-lovable (or recognizable) blond Gwen Stacey. But hey, at least they’re giving it a go, although the original film has almost list-less merits.
It looks as though the Spidey we know (and loved) is almost being demolished and covered with flashy high-rise apartments in Webb’s reboot, so to speak — adding to the pile of uncalled for and seemingly unnecessary inceptions.
The tip came from Whats Playing, spreading the rumor that Webb, not only content on changing the anatomy of Pete Parker’s heart, has apparently been cast-hunting for a 4-6 year old to play a much younger Parker for a flash-back sequence. Obviously having to look similar to earlier-this-year-cast Andrew Garfield.
Now Webb has changed the initial age group for a Andrew-Garfield-look-alike to 6-9 years old, as WP were told earlier this month. Meaning that either some trouble finding a match for new Spidey Garfield or just a change in direction. The story is that the scene that they are casting for will feature Parker’s bio-logical parents — and hopefully fill in some gaps as to how (and why) Parker ends up in the care of Aunt May and Uncle Ben.
I can appreciate what Marc Webb and his team of writers are trying to achieve but I don’t quite udnerstand why they have to change so many crushel elements for their reboot? I fear that not only will they change things for the worse but will also mis-shape and skew the icon of Spider-man to the point of no-recognition. Which is not what I or actual fans want.
Filming is due to cap off sometime in December, and as news streams in I will try to keep organised so that you get the latest — but otherwise get over to my Twitter and I will post any links that come up. So that’s it from and The Spider-man reboot, stay tuned for more as it comes!