"The Amazing Spiderman" is most definitely doing an amazing job at the box office.
The film starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone broke records last Tuesday with a whopping $35 million ticket sale. This is the highest in gross according to Webb which was the title held onto by Michael Bay's "Transformers". So while the film is busy making millions, its' stars are busy promoting it.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield
Like a flashback in time when Sam Raimi directed the first three "Spider Man" films, the newest take on "The Amazing Spiderman" directed by Marc Webb breaks through big time.
The film stars "The Social Networks" Andrew Garfield and "Easy A's" Emma Stone. Caught in a web of high school drama, family secrets and a super power unlike any other, "The Amazing Spiderman" promises an even better story than its' predecessors.
The film is doing an 'amazing' job at the box office which leaves its' stars promoting it more around the world. However, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are doing it in a hilarious way. The couple on screen and off hit up the Spanish "El Hormiguero" television show where they showed off their 'not-so-amazing' dance moves.
Gleefully making a fool out of themselves, Andrew and Emma along with puppet ants, Trancas and Barrancas, playfully entertained the viewers of Madrid, Spain. Being the adorable dork on "The Social Network", Andrew jumped into action right after being introduced by the presenters. Garfield showed off his flailing dancing feet enough to dub him as the worst Spiderman off-screen.
Andrew's girlfriend, Emma Stone, was not one to fail in the comedic department. Like Stone's last stint with Ellen where she had to do the dance dare, Emma failed to "Move Like Jagger". Apart from failing at a few dance moves, the couple went on to taking part in the shows' many games. Emma and Andrew also took time fooling around with the shows' puppet ants, Trancas and Barrancas.
While their dance moves are not something to keep a look out for, those who still haven't taken the time to see the film best hit the nearest cinema now. "The Amazing Spiderman" directed by Marc Webb promises an even better web-spinning, action packed experience than that of the first three original "Spider Man" films.
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