Written by ThanosCopter
on Friday, September 28 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
The news was announced today that both would be back.
If you loved Amazing Spider-Man, this year's gushy and emotional adaptation of Marvel's webslinger, you'll be pumped to learn that both Andrew Garfield and Marc Webb will be returning for the sequel. Garfield played the title character while Marc Webb directed the film.
In a brief statement, Sony expressed pleasure that both were returning to the film and that they were pleased by the direction the new film will be going. Emma Stone, who played Spider-Man love interest Gwen Stacy, is also in talks to return on the film. The movie is due to release May 2, 2014.
While there's no official word on what the sequel will be called, one generally untrustworthy leak says it's tentatively titled Amazing Spider-Man:The Brooklyn Bridge Strikes Back. That sounds like a positively neck-snapping title, if I do say so myself.
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ThanosCopter is a specially designed helicopter built to transport Thanos the Mad Titan. Built by Sterling Custom Helicopters, ThanosCopter appeared in several Marvel comics, before being abandoned by its owner during the character's ascension into major villainy. ThanosCopter was discovered by the Outhouse and given a second chance at life. He now buzzes merrily around the comic book industry, spreading snark, satire and humor like candy to small children.
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