Amazing Spider Man 3 has come out with another twist in its tale. The movie has been hanging on a thin wire for some time now and finally it looks like we are getting our confirmations.
With the signing of the agreement between Sony Entertainment and Marvel Studios, it was well speculated that Amazing Spider Man 3 is not going to see the day light. This also implies the fact that Andrew Garfield will not wear the webbed costume once again to climb on the wall.
Reports suggest that Amazing Spider Man 3 was called off because of the differences between Andrew Garfield and the chief of Sony Entertainment Kaz Hirai. This clash came to light during an event in Rio de Janeiro last summer.
Experts say that Kaz Harai was to introduce Andrew Garfield as the face of Amazing Spider Man 3 during the event, but for reasons best known to Garfield, the short tempered and temperamental actor never turned up for the show. He was in the country when the event was taking place, but decided to not show up for it. According to Garfield, he was not feeling good and hence could not make it to the event.
This resulted in Kaz to change his speech in the last minute and things turned sour from that occasion. Had things gone as planned there would have been the formal announcement of Amazing Spider Man 3 and Andrew Garfield would have been named the face of the film.
The domino effect of this lead to forging a deal between Marvel Studios and Sony Entertainment. The act that was pulled out by Garfield did not leave Kaz with any other option, but to put aside the idea of Amazing Spider Man 3 and strike a deal with Marvel Studios for a new Spider Man movie.
With the signing of the deal the wall-crawling superhero becomes a part of the Marvel Universe and will be seen in the upcoming film Captain America: Civil War. Shootings for the same started around last week.