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Originally posted 12/05/2013 01:00PM
Spidey's back – and he's as tortured as ever.
Sony released the first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 on Thursday. And while there are some new faces, it's clear Peter Parker is still struggling to balance his duties as a web-slinging superhero with those of a regular guy in love.
"Every day I wake up knowing that the more people I try to save, the more enemies I will try to make, and it's just a matter of time until I face those with more power than I can overcome," we hear Spider-Man/Parker (Andrew Garfield) say in voiceover at the trailer's outset as he soars over New York City.
Originally posted 11/07/2013 11:00AM
In our most shameless fantasies, we're playing Spin the Bottle with the hottest pairs of lips in Hollywood.
This will never actually happen, but we're okay with it because we kind of already know who's a good kisser – at least on camera.
See which costars kiss and tell, from Josh Hutcherson's game-changing smooch to Kirsten Dunst's less-sexy encounter with Brad Pitt.
Originally posted 05/22/2013 07:05PM
Two young boys recently had an unexpected competitor join them on the basketball court.
Make that pretty much the coolest unexpected competitor imaginable.
While shooting hoops in Manhattan's Chinatown, the kids were reportedly joined by Andrew Garfield, 29 – and the surprise visitor appeared to come straight from filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – he was still in costume.
One video shows the apparent Garfield dribbling and shooting, while another clip shows him high-fiving with the boys, patting one of them on the back and then heading back to wherever he was going – just as a spectator yells, "Andrew Garfield?"
Originally posted 05/03/2013 12:00PM
Imagine photobombing Spider-Man.
Emma Stone got her goof on Thursday at the New York City opening-night party of the Mike Bartlett play Bull, popping up in the background of a group shot with her boyfriend Andrew Garfield and the actors in the stage show at the 59E59 Theaters: Eleanor Matsuura, Adam James, James Corden and Neil Stuke.
Stone, 24, and Garfield, 29, have their own creative project together, filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which is set to open exactly a year from now.
The couple of more than a year costar in it alongside Jamie Foxx, Martin Sheen and Sally Field.
– Andrea Billups
Originally posted 12/27/2012 03:45PM
It's true love for Emma Stone and her beau Andrew Garfield!
The pair have fallen hard for a 2-year-old golden retriever they met just before Christmas at an L.A. rescue.
"She was one of the dogs they first saw, but they weren't sure," a source tells PEOPLE of the pup the pair visited last week at the Spot! Dog Rescue of Los Angeles. "They left and they couldn't stop thinking about her, so they came back for her. And it's true love."
Originally posted 10/18/2012 06:00AM
The Amazing Spider-Man meets Cirque du Soleil!
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield spent Tuesday evening at IRIS, A Journey Through the World of Cinema by Cirque du Soleil at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
Joined by Andrew Armstrong, the stunt coordinator for The Amazing Spider-Man, the couple walked into the theater with Garfield's arm draped around Stone.
"It was their first visit and as they entered, Emma said 'Ooohhh!' once she saw the stage," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 08/23/2012 10:45AM
That's one heck of a birthday present!
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield celebrated the The Amazing Spider-Man actor's 29th birthday on Tuesday with some serious smooching in Malibu.
Stone, 23, and Garfield couldn't hide their affection as they frolicked on the beach Tuesday afternoon and embraced for a long, passionate kiss.
Originally posted 08/21/2012 06:00AM
Elizabeth Banks made a new pal recently.
The Hunger Games star met Andrew Garfield when she attended KCRW radio's intimate Regina Spektor show at a private venue in Los Angeles.
"Elizabeth introduced herself to Andrew at the end of the show," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "They shook hands and talked for a bit."
According to the observer, the two stars were delights to have on the premises.
"There were some young girls in the audience and a couple of them went up to Andrew to say hi, and he was incredibly sweet to them," the source says. "Elizabeth was sweet, too. She met [two young girls] and couldn't have been nicer."
– Michael Fleeman and Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 07/28/2012 04:00PM
Whether it's Valentines Day, someone's birthday, or just a Saturday afternoon watching the Olympics, milk chocolate can always be counted on to celebrate an occasion. But did you know there's an actual national holiday dedicated to the stuff?
Originally posted 07/03/2012 01:30PM
Let's settle the debate. Did we need a Spidey reboot five years after his last outing? Nope. This Spider-Man's solid script and capable effects simply aren't vibrant enough to warrant rehashing high-school shutterbug Peter Parker's life-altering spider bite. The performances, though – now those are extraordinary.
Start with the supporting cast. For gravitas, Martin Sheen and Sally Field play parental figures Uncle Ben and Aunt May, with Sheen giving Ben the fiery righteousness needed to orient Peter's moral compass in darker days.
Rhys Ifans adds nuanced edge as mad scientist Curt Connors, while Dennis Leary stiffens his spine as police captain George Stacy, out to nab a certain web-slinging vigilante.
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