Mike Nichols will direct the revival of Death of a Salesman starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as Willy Loman, Linda Edmond as, and Andrew Garfield stage in the role of Biff.
The production is heading for the Barrymore Theater next March.
Regardless of your opinion on the new Spider Man film and Garfield’s casting as Peter Parker, you have to admit his heart is in the right place. And this entrance is awesome.
Teaser Trailer: The Amazing Spider-Man - July 3, 2012
Directed by Marc Webb. Starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, Sally Field, and Denis Leary.
This is what happens when Marvel tries to go “dark and gritty.” For the most part the trailer works, if a bit forced in its attempts at realism. Then again this all already looks more grounded in reality than Sam Raimi’s Spider Man. The POV stuff at the end, while clearly trying to promote the 3D aspect of the film, looks like nothing but a video game and is thusly completely disjointed from the approach taken up until that point. That said, this is only a teaser, the casting is good and Webb is a beyond capable director.
First Look: The Amazing Spider Man (IMGs via EW, ONTD)
(I love the new multi-picture layouts)
This week’s entertainmentweekly cover:
That’s the official title, and the film has an official release date of July 3, 2012.
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Andrew Garfield’s Familiar Face | EpicPonyz
I knew he looked familiar.