January 25, 2012
PARK CITY, Utah
Fans might be skeptical of the upcoming “Spider-Man” reboot (just five years after audiences saw Tobey Maguire swinging through the skies of New York City), but according to Marvel legend Stan Lee, new franchise star Andrew Garfield is just as good as the original. Access the Full Story
August 09, 2011
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
Denis Leary is raving over Andrew Garfield’s portrayal of Peter Parker and Spider-Man in the upcoming “The Amazing Spider-Man.” Access the Full Story
January 14, 2011
NEW YORK, N.Y.
In the Access “Week In Geek,” the cast of “The Hobbit” talks about reprising their Middle Earth roles, Conan O’Brien gets animated on “Young Justice,” “Attack of the Show!” gets a new co-host, and Chris Evans is revealed in his full Captain America costume. Access the Full Story
January 04, 2011
LOS ANGELES, Calif.
There’s a new superhero on Hollywood Boulevard.
Comic book legend Stan Lee, creator or co-creator of such Marvel Comics characters as Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, X-Men, The Fantastic Four and Iron Man, has now been enshrined in concrete. Access the Full Story
December 24, 2010
NEW YORK, N.Y.
It was a smooth landing for Spider-Man.
A day after Broadway’s costliest show was forced to cancel two performances following a scary fall by a stunt actor, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” resumed previews Thursday and came off without a hitch, including virtually all its complex aerial stunts.
“It’s a safer show now,” said a clearly relieved lead actor Reeve Carney, who plays Peter Parker and his alter ego, Spider-Man, as he signed autographs following the show. “It was always safe, but now it’s safer. It was beautiful to see everyone come together tonight.” Access the Full Story
October 17, 2010
Ghouls and goblins… Fanboys and freaks… Not to mention, huge stars including Halle Berry, Kristen Stewart, James Cameron, Megan Fox, Mickey Rourke and Michael J. Fox… They all were out in full force for Spike TV’s 5th Annual “SCREAM 2010” awards on Saturday night at the Greek Theatre nestled deep in the woods of LA’s Griffith Park.
More than just a frightfest, this still young event has become an awards show for the Comic-Con crowd - honoring sci-fi fare like nomination-leading film “Inception” and TV’s “Lost,” as well as the more expected genre nominees like “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Zombieland.”
All of the action… after the jump! Access the Full Story