Even More Photos: Martin Sheen, Rhys Ifans in 'Amazing Spider-Man'

July 14, 2011

The Amazing Spider-Man

I'm so excited for The Amazing Spider-Man already! We just previewed some of the new photos debuted in Entertainment Weekly, and the magazine fired back by debuting the clean official copies of the photos on their website online. In addition to the others we saw, there are five new photos worth pointing out, because we get our first looks at Rhys Ifans as Dr. Curt Connors, who as we all know becomes The Lizard, as well as Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) with his Aunt and Uncle Parker, Sally Field and Martin Sheen. Plus, there's a sweaty photo of Peter with Emma Stone and another shot of his badass mechanical webshooters.

Click on any below to jump to the full EW gallery, where you can see all 9 full Amazing Spider-Man photos.

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

The Amazing Spider-Man Photos

As for the webshooters, in a recent interview with writer Steve Kloves, he explained, "there was a reason for it. It was about an organic thing versus a mechanical—making it," adding that "I wrote some actually cool stuff for that." Exciting to hear. Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Denis Leary and Irrfan Khan. 500 Days of Summer director Marc Webb is at the helm of this new reboot of Spider-Man, from a screenplay co-written by Alvin Sargent (Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 & 3), Steve Kloves (Harry Potter movies) and James Vanderbilt (The Rundown, Zodiac, The Losers). Columbia is bringing The Amazing Spider-Man to theaters next summer starting July 3rd, 2012.

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everyones thinking it so i am just saying it..... WEB-SHOOTERS!!!!

Matt on Jul 14, 2011


love it and hope for Black Cat in the future

Loser on Jul 14, 2011


Wha? As a team-up in a sequel, no way...? But interesting!

Alex Billington on Jul 14, 2011


I would love to see the black cat kingpin storyline when she undergoes experiment to get superpowers. During that time she was Spider-mans girlfriend.

Loser on Jul 14, 2011


me too! Felicia Hardy mmmmm....

lala on Jul 15, 2011


She's not sweaty.

Brian Ricci Movie Review on Jul 14, 2011


I like those web shooters.  They have a more modern look.

Anonymous on Jul 14, 2011


Boy it is so tough to not to think of Raimi's characters especially looking at that one of Ben, May and Peter. But I'm starting to dig the non-organic web shooters But is it just me or does anyone else find trouble getting invested in and grieving for the death of a character named "Uncle Ben" because of Uncle Ben's rice?:P 

Anonymous on Jul 14, 2011


I watched a Stan Lee interview years ago that said he indeed related Uncle Ben's name to rice as an afterthought.

Anonymous on Jul 14, 2011


is it just me or does this all feel a bit "too soon"??  Sam's flicks weren't THAT long ago. 

Anonymous on Jul 14, 2011


Yea maybe, but... this is happening, you can't stop the freight train. It'll be out next summer though, that's still a whole other year away to get into this new world.

Alex Billington on Jul 14, 2011


Oh, I hear ya!!...  Minus a little studio interference on #3 with Venom's inclusion, I never thought Sam's franchise even deserved a reboot (ala Joel Schumacher w/ neon Batman).  That said, I'll hold my breath and see if we get either X-men 1st class or Punisher in the marvel reboot dept.   😉

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011


Good point, Solo...a smart move.  Let's just see how the film is, give it a chance. But I gotta say...I think Emma Stone looks incredibly gorgeous as Gwen Stacy.

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011


 But they were that crappy...

Teacherkid on Jul 15, 2011


I don't like it. Seems forced. And really sure of itself. A smug reboot. 

Cracky on Jul 14, 2011


That is a very dubious conclusion to come to based off these photos! So how does one get "smug" and "forced" from the photos above?? 2. Isn't it a GOOD thing that a movie seem "sure of itself"??!! What? We want it to be insecure and timid??

Quinn on Jul 17, 2011


Spiderman beats the basketball team... GO TEEN WOLF!

Ryan on Jul 15, 2011


Yeah now people know how us horror fans feel when every one of our movies get remade but unlike here where there is a level of care there is none for the horror remakes So I think everyone should be greatful

Kylefriday on Jul 15, 2011


I don't know what to think of this movie. I'm glad we even have more spider-man movies coming our way, but some of the stills look kinda...television movieish. Everything seems so bright, like scenes out of a CW show.

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011


I'd rather watch Kick-Ass 2. 

Brandon on Jul 15, 2011


Sally Field is Aunt May?! I can't stand Sally Field. She always has that look of "bitch" across her face in all her movies. Well, at least they got the suit right....... wait a sec......damn it. *sigh*

Thanos on Jul 15, 2011


I'm with you. I hate, hate, hate her.

Craig on Jul 15, 2011


Sunglasses on over the mask is cheesy, and I have no interest in seeing Peter Parker playing bastketball. Oh, and I absolutely hate Sally Field. But other than that, it looks good.

Craig on Jul 15, 2011


I am loving what im seeing so far, Field & Sheen, thats pure genious, I dont know if its because im in my 30s and this is the Spiderman that I grew up with and always wanted to see in the big screen, loving the web shooters, we can now have him crapping himself in the middle of a fight when he goes to fire his web and realises he is out of web fluid and has to try and change the cartridge lol

Dar_el on Jul 15, 2011


How is he sticking to the subway cart ceiling with sneakers on? Must be Air Jordans...

Baparis on Jul 15, 2011


Well, I'm seeing it anyway, D.  One major reason is that it's one of the last films that Laura Ziskin was working on before she passed away recently.  So, if this is to be a memorial of sorts to her, then.... Plus, I'm a Spidey fan, and he's been re-booted many times in the comics.  I didn't mind it then, and I don't mind it now for the film.  If it is good, all right.  If it is awful, then I'll join you in wanting it consigned to film hell.  If it turns out to be merely okay, I'll hope for a better sequel. But I'm going to see it first before raining judgement on it.  Just sayin'.

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011


Looking good.

Ron Torque on Jul 16, 2011


This is so dumb. It hasn't even been five years since Spider-Man 3. I hate it when they do reboots so soon. HATE IT! However, I am only seeing this because I love Spiderman. 

Unique Jenique on Jul 16, 2011

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