2014: It's closer than you think.
We ought to shun cynical reboots like this. But for all its underlying cynicism, the new Spidey picture is pretty damn good.
Toys and tone play a big part in deciding when it's the right time to press reset.
The filmmakers showed off a new trailer and made some promises.
Watch the newly released official teaser.
At first, the actor didn't want to join Marc Webb's reboot.
Mary-Jane Watson, out.
The film is looking at top actresses for both Mary Jane and Gwen Stacy.
Contenders include Imogen Poots, Ophelia Lovibond, and Lily Collins.
Less than a milli for the first film.
"I know as much as everybody else does at this point."
Anton Yelchin and Aaron Johnson are now under consideration.
If the rumors are true, Jamie Bell has already scored the role.
No Lautners, LaBeoufs, or Timberlakes here.
Plus: Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent D'Onofrio are married.
Columbia loves his young touch, and his comparatively low price tag.