Andrew Garfield was strapped in for a stunt on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man in LA yesterday. He hung above the sidewalk and perched on a lamppost while filming. Andrew is back to work on the action-packed film, but it's his relationship with Emma Stone that's getting him the most attention lately. Andrew and Emma showed PDA during a recent hike at Griffith Park and were also spotted out for a sweet stroll around NYC last month. The couple have been keeping a low profile since first being linked over the Summer. They were rumored to be dating just weeks after Andrew showed off his fit body on the beach at the Maui Film Festival. The sexy, sunny moment put him in the running for favorite shirtless star of 2011, so make sure to vote now!
If you needed an excuse for a baking marathon this weekend, Williams-Sonoma can take the blame as it just released a line of Marvel comic baking supplies. With minicake pans, cupcake decorations, and a legion of cookie-cutter sets, home bakers can satisfy a sweet tooth and display some Avengers pride. Marvel even created a digital comic book for the baking line, where familiar superheroes team up to save children from a lack of decorated cookies.
As more and more films are being adapted from popular comic books, it seems every week there's a new superhero gracing the silver screen. X-Men: First Class opens in theaters today, and while BuzzSugar says it helps to revitalize the franchise, there are other comic book adaptations that you love as well. Check out this list of your top picks, and if you don't see your favorites there, share them with us in the comments!
Trick or treat? The plastic pumpkin and plain pillowcase are receiving a much needed upgrade this season. We've tapped some of the web's most creative women to show off original takes on classic Halloween loot bags.
Melisa Fluhr, editor of the children's interior design blog ProjectNursery, is back with another bag that is perfect for both fans of Spiderman, and those who want something a bit more spooky while they trick-or-treat. Here are her tricks:
My oldest has been dreaming of becoming Spiderman for the past four months now. So what better than to surprise him with a spider inspired Halloween loot bag to complement his costume. (This will also make him stand out from his two other Spiderman friends down the street). Using glow-in-the-dark puffy paints found at Michael's was not only a throw back to my high school days, but a great way to create an extra sense of safety while trick-or-treating after dark!
The Spider-Man reboot is moving forward, and apparently director Marc Webb has narrowed down his choices for the perfect young Peter Parker. It's down to five young up-and-comers, and while you may not recognize their names, their faces might look familiar. Click through and vote for who you would cast as the next Spidey.
Following recent script woes, Sony has announced via press release that it's pulling the plug on Spider-Man 4. In its place, they're developing a fresh storyline that takes the webslinger back to high school. The film will reportedly focus "on a teenager grappling with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises" (wait, I thought that was the first Spider-Man?!).
The studio is eying a Summer 2012 date, but the other big change: it's bringing in a brand-new cast and production team for the reboot. That means that Tobey Maguire and director Sam Raimi are both saying goodbye.
This swap really irks me. To salvage Spider-Man 4's problems by recasting just seems like a desperate attempt at some blockbuster-sized money. Sure, the younger Spidey will give the franchise new life, but I think I would've rather seen it die — at least for several years until the memory of Maguire's version is long gone (heaven help us if they cast a less adept teen heartthrob for the role). Don't you agree? Or are you excited for a makeover of the beloved superhero?
If you're one of the good people in California, like Seal, who has sworn off using their cell phone while driving because of the new law, then maybe you will appreciate this car cell phone holder. Oh, and you love Spiderman? You're all set.
Whether you hit up a Bluetooth device or a headset, it would be great to have something like this to hold your phone secure while you cruise and gab. But, I'm not four years old, alas, so I have to leave this product (but love the idea). What do you think?
Ever wonder about all the fun camera angles you could capture on film if you were Spiderman - or at least Tobey Maguire? Then you probably need a MonsterPod, a new camera "tripod" that can stick to any surface and hang, with the help of its “patent pending viscoelastic morphing polymer Super Grip.”
Its maker says it's "not a tripod, a monopod, or hovering robot. It's MonsterPod, the gravity defying tripod that holds your digital camera motionless, vertically, horizontally or upside down!"
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