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Comic-Con Exclusive: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Director Marc Webb

Source:   SuperHeroHype
July 18, 2013


Comic-Con has just kicked off today but things are going to get far busier over the next few days with lots of comic book and genre movies showing off early footage in the 6,500 capacity Hall H. One filmmaker who has already experienced the effects of the fanaticism inherent with bringing early footage to Comic-Con is Marc Webb, who had the daunting task of rebooting The Amazing Spider-Man, following a very popular series of movies by Sam Raimi.

Webb and some of his cast have returned to the annual San Diego fanfest with the very first footage from the anticipated sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and we'll be live-blogging the panel tomorrow, Friday, July 19, at 4PM Pacific.

As a lead-up to what's likely to be a full room, SuperHeroHype/ComingSoon.net got on the phone with Webb following his appearance on Entertainment Weekly's "Visionaries" panel in Hall H along alongside Edgar Wright and Alfonso Cuaron.

Although we only had ten minutes, we covered quite a bit of ground in terms of the new villains, as well as trying to figure out why Mary Jane Watson is being saved for future movies.

You can read the full interview by clicking here!


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