The actor is joined by Martin Sheen in a dark alley on the New York City set of Marc Webb's reboot.
Martin Sheen is seen running through the streets of New York City in this latest glimpse at Marc Webb's superhero reboot.
Rhys Ifans, Andrew Garfield, and Martin Sheen are captured on the NYC set of Marc Webb's upcoming Marvel reboot.
Rhys Ifans is seen sporting some neck makeup and a green arm sleeve on the set of Marc Webb's new superhero reboot.
The actor says that he won't have any scenes with Andrew Garfield in costume.
More photos from New York City set of have arrived.
Even more set photos have popped up featuring Andrew Garfield in and out of costume for this new Marvel reboot.
New video of Spider-Man swinging through NYC on the set of Marc Webb's upcoming Marvel reboot has also arrived.
Take a closer look at an actual actor swinging through the streets of New York City in Marc Webb's upcoming reboot.
A stuntman dressed as the web-slinging superhero swings around in Harlem.
The actor was spotted on the New York City set attempting to cover up his Lizardly appearance.
We also see Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy getting into a police car in these new glimpses from the New York City set of Marc Webb's reboot.
A new shot from the New York City set confirms the involvement of the Osborne family company in Marc Webb's reboot.
Emma Stone joins the new Peter Parker as Marc Webb's upcoming reboot begins its on-location shoot in the big apple.
A stunt man is seen swinging through the streets last night on the set of Marc Webb's superhero reboot.
Actor Denis Leary dropped a cryptic hint at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend, which indicates a death will end this reboot.
Marc Webb's highly-anticipated reboot will start shooting in Manhattan in two weeks, and a casting call has been issued
Actor C. Thomas Howell says that this impending Marvel reboot will be bigger and better than the original.
The Star Trek icon decides that he wants play Peter Parker in this new Broadway musical based on the popular Marvel superhero.
Sony makes a deal with the screenwriter while The Amazing Spider-Man is still in production.