Andrew Garfield talks to THR about how he got into character to play the awkward teen version of Parker.
"Well I just woke up and went to set, because that is who I am, a teenager at heart, I'm incredibly awkward," he told THR at the red carpet premiere. "I'm just tired right now so I'm incredibly loose, so you are not getting me at my most awkward. I feel incredibly awkward as a human being and incredibly teenaged still."
Emma Stone on Playing Gwen Stacey in 'The Amazing Spider-Man'
When asked what she wanted to bring to her character Gwen Stacey that wasn't in the comic book, she replied, "Modernizing was a major thing because she was around 50 years ago that was a big thing and all of those things that aren't necessarily happening in comics books like tense quiet moments."
Marc Webb Praises Andrew Garfield as 'Spider-Man'
From the premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb shares his opinion on Andrew Garfield's performance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. He also gives us his take on introducing The Lizard as the villain in the latest Spider-Man series.
Rhys Ifans on Playing The Lizard/Dr. Curt Connors
When THR asked what the the driving force was behind his character, Ifans said, "He wants his arm back, he's lost an arm and Peter Parker wants to know what happened to his parents. Dr. Connor wants to become complete again."
What Would Your Superpower of Choice Be?
From being a cheetah, to being the world's fastest cyclist to having the ability to become invisible, we ask Sally Field, the cast and guests of The Amazing Spider-Man what their preferred superpower would be.
"Super power would be to go around and give massive intelligence to all of the politicians, all over the world starting right here in this country" added Sally.
'Bad Words,' 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part One,' 'American Horror Story: Coven,' 'True Detective' and even 'Seinfeld' are among the finalists for the 2014 awards, which will be handed out Thursday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood View gallery
Who better to judge the best movies of all time than the people who make them? Studio chiefs, Oscar winners and TV royalty all were surveyed as THR publishes its first definitive entertainment-industry ranking of cinema's most superlative. View gallery