Andrew Garfield arrives at the DGA Awards in Los Angeles
Actor Andrew Garfield arrives at the 63rd annual Directors Guild of America Awards (DGA) in Los Angeles on January 29, 2011. UPI/Jim Ruymen
Katie Holmes' play to close on Broadway ... Broadway lights to dim for Klugman ... 'Heaven' tops U.S. record chart ... Peter Parker killed in Spidey comic series ... News from United Press International.
The 50-year run of America's "Amazing Spider-Man" comic-book series ended with the death of character Peter Parker at the hands of his nemesis Doctor Octopus.
Hollywood actor Martin Sheen admits there were times he felt like he, Andrew Garfield and Sally Field were starring in a family drama instead of an action picture when they were shooting their scenes for "The Amazing Spider-Man."
British actor Andrew Garfield and American director Marc Webb signed on for the sequel to "The Amazing Spider-Man," the president of Columbia Pictures said.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" leading lady Emma Stone says she thinks the superhero's youth and courage in standing up to bullies make him relevant 50 years after the character's creation.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" grossed $7.5 million in Monday midnight screenings in North America, box-office records show.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield helped kick off the "Spiders Alive!" exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Hollywood actress Sally Field says she signed up for a role in "The Amazing Spider-Man" as a favor to her cherished friend, producer Laura Ziskin, who lost her battle with breast cancer last year.
British actor Andrew Garfield says he approached his role as the titular web-slinger in the upcoming movie "The Amazing Spider-Man" much the same way he did the character of Biff in the recent Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's play "Death of a Salesman."
The Irish musical "Once" led the field with 11 nominations when Tony Award nods were announced Tuesday in New York.