Gwen Stacey & Peter Parker
Gwendolyn Gwen Stacy appears as a supporting character in Marvel Comics' Spider-Man series. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, she first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December 1965). Spider-Man is a fictional character, a comic book superhero starring in books published by Marvel Comics. /5
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Gwen Stacey and Peter Parker love in the movie is just so...unexplainably amazing. Rest in Peace Gwen );
Relationship like Peter Parker and gwen Stacey please 🙏 just without all the crime fighting and deaths
The best part was when Gwen Stacey leaving New York.. Because the Romance Begins..😀😀😀 Oh the sad part was when Gwen Stacey died.. 😭😭😭 Can't get over it,its really Amazing..👌👌👌 Im gonna watch it over and over again.. Can't Wait for the Next Chapter of how Peter Parker fight against Harry Osborn( his Best PAL).. DW :))
Gwen Stacey and Peter Parker have always been my otp. . When I read the comics my heart broke.
"I love spiderman. But I love Peter Parker more." - Gwen Stacey
Gwen Stacey: I love my dad but I love Peter Parker more. -The Amazing Spiderman 2
As you are no doubt aware, the second part of Sony's Spiderman reboot hit cinemas recently, bringing all the high expectations now attached to Marvel films along with it. The first film brought us a Spiderman more true to the source material with a more confident, wise cracking Peter Parker from Andrew Garfield replacing the ever so slightly too nerdy portrayal from previous web slinger Tobey Maguire, and also a villain more known to comic fans than cinema goers in the form of The Lizard/Killer Croc (Rhys Ifans). Unfortunately, The Amazing Spiderman 2 shows us that remaining true to source doesn't always guarantee a better adaptation as despite the many commendable aspects of this film (great casting, great special effects, some quality action shots), it is let down by some lousy writing and an overly long run time (what now seems to be the standard issue 2 and a half hours.) While Jamie Foxx puts in a great effort as the disgruntled and delusional misfit Electro, his character is pushed into the backgro ...
Hey the new Spiderman movie is pretty darn good(REALLY cool action and effects)...other than the on again off again romantic storyline between Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey. That plays like if it were happening to one of your friends and they were always filling you in on the "it's complicated" details. That being said Emma Stone is great in the film generally.
Now tht Gwen Stacey is gone in Spiderman 2 does it mean there will be another spiderman movie with Mary Jane Watson, the true love interest of Peter Parker in the comics? So Excited
King Kong on HBO! i cried when that Giant Silver-Backed Gorilla died for Anne Darrow.. But i went Super Saiyan when Giant-Hearted Gwen Stacey died for Peter Parker -_-" wish i had someone who'd do the same for me :O
Watched the Amazing Spider-Man 2 yesterday & thought it was pretty good. Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone are excellent as Peter Parker & Gwen Stacey. But the villains were completely pointless. I just wish Marvel we're making those films. It would be great to see Parker in the Avengers.
While hiding in a broom closet inside Oscorp Tower, Peter Parker lays the lip lock on the bold, brilliant, ever-fiesty, decidedly delicious Gwen Stacey (the Lois Lane of the 21st century). Peter then asks Gwen: "How did that feel?" Gwen: "...A little rushed." Amen, Ms. Stacey. In terms of narrative, the villains evolve (or erode) in a rather hopscotch manner: cognitive and emotional lily pads ask too much from an eager audience. (This is a common dynamic in the genre whenever too many "bad guys" are booked for the same excursion.) Nonetheless, the crowd seems pleased... and Sidecar is mesmerized... (smooching scenes notwithstanding).
If Dylan be Peter Parker.. I'm guessing who will be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacey.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 New Year's Eve Clip Online You may recall that in mid-December the first full trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swung online. Hidden within was a URL for a website (then called "electroarrives", now mysteriously renamed "enemiesunite") on the single page of which was a countdown to New Year's Eve. What would happen then? Now we know: it's a new teaser trailer for the film, introduced by Stan "The Man" Lee himself, true believers! Unsurprisingly given the location where it was revealed, the new clip expands on the glimpses we'd already seen of some Spidey-vs-Electro action in New York's Times Square. There is quipping and there is thwipping. The film sees Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) more comfortable in his Spider-skin these days and enjoying his abilities, along with girlfriend Gwen Stacey (Emma Stone). But his good mood is about to be tested when new villains appear in the shape of Jamie Foxx's Electro and Paul Giamatti's Rhino, and rich kid Harry Osborn (Dane Dehaan) tells Pete ...
Hit the jump to see Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Harry Osborn (Dane Dehaan) clowning around like best buds on the set of Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Also, some more pictures of Spidey and Gwen Stacey (Emma Stone) from yesterday's shoot.
I thought you could have been my Gwen Stacey an I thought I could've been your Peter Parker
Gwen Stacey will forever be Peter Parker's true soulmate!I mean Mary Jane is great&all but she can't replace Gwen:)
So with Amazing Spider-Man getting a sequel with the Green Goblin. And Gwen Stacey in it like she was in the first film.is Peter Parker going to accidentally kill her in the film like in the comics? This question is BURNING in my brain.
*laughs cuz Gwen Stacey is the real love interest of Peter Parker, not Marry Jane*
Virgin Atlantic just paged for a Peter Parker on my flight. What next, page for Gwen Stacey? Batman?
I thought the only good thing about that movie was Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey.
The new bad lip reading of Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey. >>>>>>
Watching The Amazing Spider-Man... Really loved it the first time, super underrated. Andrew Garfield is perfect Peter Parker.
Ok, not that anyone cares, but the latest Spider-Man movie did not suck. I didn't care for the genesis story or the treatment of The Lizard. But the visuals were amazing homage to the print from the comic.it was a little cheesy, but I prefer Gwen Stacey over MJW. Andrew Garfield was a much better Peter Parker compared to whiny boy Tobey McGuire.easily. The set up with the construction cranes stu-pid but even so...the movie didn't suck.
Did everybody see the new Spider-Man movie? It was nice to get away from the red-haired mistress Mary Jane and go back to Spideys original love interest Gwen Stacey. But did you know that Spider-Man is directly responsible for Gwen's death? While battling the Green Goblin, Gwen was thrown from the Brooklyn bridge. But Gwen was seemingly in the clear after Spider-Man caught her by her foot. This proved to be false as the sudden stop caused Gwen's neck to snap, killing her instantly. This gruesome moment in the spidey comics has haunted Peter Parker for quite some time.
Peter Parker always loved Gwen Stacey even when he married MJ.
Peter Parker is awkward bt not geeky enough,Aunt May too young, Gwen Stacey is correct hottness,Uncle Ben well cast
I want a relationship like what Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey had.
"Peter Parker you do not throw Gwen Stacey off of things! You just don't!"
Dane Dehaan has been cast as Harry Osborne in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone are back as Peter Parker & Gwen Stacey.
Watched "The Amazing Spider-Man" (2012) last night. Have to admit, I was a little skeptical about a re-boot when the last flick was only 5 years ago, but happy to report that all fears were quashed. This movie was terrific. Andrew Garfield nailed the role of Peter Parker, as did Emma Stone for Gwen Stacey. (The memory of Bryce Howard's Gwen Stacey is nothing more than a memory). Not being too familiar with the Marvel "Ultimate" Universe (which this is obviously set in), I was taken aback that Pete's parents were scientists (?) that worked for Norman Osborne? I thought they were cold-war era spies. I loved Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben. There really wasn't much about this flick I DIDN'T like, it was very entertaining; a pleasant surprise. 9 out of 10. PS- Who was talking to Curt Connors at the post credits scene?
Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey's kids. That would be spiderkids. If possible. Half spider and half genius, gorgeous child.
Gwen Stacey and peter parker was how it should be , Mary Jane didn't come in till later .
I got my Peter Parker coustme ready! My nephew is lettin me borrow his skatebroad! Only thing I don't have is my Gwen Stacey!! Jessica Alba will do! Emma Stone would be a distance replacement as well!
I'm Spider-Man and i want Mary Jane not black cat not Gwen Stacey and I might have worn the symbitoe for A while but that's not me I'm the nerdy Peter Parker under the hero suit the most imperfect super hero there is lol
Anybody want to be the Gwen Stacey to my Peter Parker for Halloween?
Oh, yes. Steve Rude is going to do a (Kickstarter only) series of Peter Parker/Mary Jane/Gwen Stacey commission booklets? Can't wait.
While we're on the topic of Peter Parker. Looks like Gwen Stacey's gonna die in Amazing Spider-Man 2. As MJ appears also.
Since i'm pretty much Peter Parker at NOC does that mean Jeremy Stillwell is my J. Jonah Jameson? or is he my Dr. Connors? Now taking applications for Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Flash, and Gwen Stacey
Was organizing a diorama of my mini-mates and toys based on 'couples' in the film, and I had you know, -Jake and Neytiri (AVATAR) -Hellboy and Liz (HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY) -Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey (THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) But then I was stumped. I have a Mystique, Magneto, and Xavier minimate set from X-MEN:FIRST CLASS... who's the couple?
Next movie review... The Amazing Spider-Man!! Not so Amazing to me. Emma Stone was a GREAT Gwen Stacey, and with her character being the intellectual equivalent of Peter Parker the writers have more to play with than the horribly repetitiveness of Kirsten Dunst's Mary Jane damsel in distress/love triangle boredom. The Gwen Stacey character has the potential of being a great unseen partner. Now to Peter Parker/ Spider-Man, don't know the guys name who played him, but superior performance!! What i felt was the only thing wrong with his character is what was wrong with Christian Bale's DKR. He's a super hero that has been too humanized. Coming home with bruises and cuts constantly!! Its more real yes, but that's why he's a SUPERHERO so we can pretend he's better than us. Now here comes the kicker... he gets unmasked in this only 2ndly more times than in Spider-Man 2. He at one point jests to a crook he's webbed up "Nobody seems to get the point of a mask" yet he's constantly taking or getting it taken off. ...
You busy later? I have Hairspray time this evening coz you're the Gwen Stacey to my Peter Parker.
"Super Hero Hype" Marvel’s latest production “The Amazing Spiderman” puts a contemporary spin on its comic book derivative. The teen puppy love storyline gave the film a more lighthearted demeanor than the first generation. Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) plays a less chiseled but better humored version of Peter Parker. Emma Stone trumped Kirsten Dunst as the female role Gwen Stacey. Contrary to Mary Jane Watson’s whiney damsel in distress character, Stone portrays a zealous science expert who actually assists the protagonist in his crusade to overcome mad science. As for DC’s box office hit “The Dark Knight Rises,” Hollywood icons Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, and Michael Caine carried out an epic performance. However, the bald body builder with a mouthpiece otherwise known as Bane doesn’t hold a candle to the iniquitous Joker. Heath Ledger ate up the screen with his versatility in 2008. He terrified while he amused and frightened while he intrigued. This villain left audiences fro ...
Okay, so I'm just gonna say it. I enjoyed the Amazing Spiderman better then Sam Rami's Spiderman. Thought Andrew Garfield made a fantastic, almost james deanish rebel without a cause, Peter Parker. His chemistry with Emma Stone's Gwen Stacey was excellent. I liked how it was darker and you got to see what happened to his parents. I really hope a sequel is on the way, the second ending definitly seemed like there would be.
Just watched "The Amazing Spiderman" on my phone and I think the movie was awesome. I really enjoyed the way darker ton NYC has for Spiderman & I love the funny quirky nerd that's behind the mask. The flow of the movie wasn't that great but the dedication & action was great. Dr.Curt Connors aka Lizard was decent and was great at the same time. Rhys Ifans the actor was decent I wasn't all that impressed with his portrayal of Dr.Connors BUT the character's of Dr.Connors & Lizard were great as introductory character's. The romance between Peter Parker & Gwen Stacey was perfect not tons of lust which kept it innocent & being that they're in High-school I'm happy they weren't screwing. Well that's my review of The Amazing Spiderman
And I would very much like Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey to be my new best friends. Adorable.
Hello all. Time for another John Bobbitt movie review. Just came in from watching The Amazing Spiderman. I must say I was surprised that I liked it as much as I did. The action was frenetic and exciting. The direction was well executed. The casting was excellent, and the suit looked FAR better than it had in production photos. Normally I pick apart comics-based movies, but having this one set in the Ultimate universe, I was thoroughly pleased. Andrew Garfield was a kick *** Peter Parker, and Emma Stone made Gwen Stacey look far hotter than she ever did in the comics. With good ole dad Martin Sheen in the mix as Uncle Ben the movie was WINNING from the get go. The one and only gripe I had about this movie was that the design for the Lizard was entirely reminiscent of Killer Croc's new look from the Batman books and animated series. Other than that, congrats Marvel on another movie well-done. A+
Peter Parker should ditch Mary Jane and Gwen Stacey and just get with the receptionist from the Daily Bugle
Just finished watching The Amazing Spiderman, and where do I begin? "Spider-Man" has been attempted in the past, but never have I felt this much REAL emotion from a superhero film. There is no longer a need to revisit the best of the Sam Raimi trilogy, because standing alone, this film trumps all three of the previous films. The depth of the characters is phenomenal, the never-before-seen backstory is told beautifully, the realization scenes before the transformation is great, and the film is structured so much better this time around. The deaths actually made me sad, because they took their time and spent the right amount of screen time to show the emotions that should be felt by the audience. The CG work is better than I expected, although they could have tweaked a few details. I don't really have any complaints about this film. One of the most powerful portions of the film is the chemistry between Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey, and the character of Dr. Curt Connors/The Lizard was portrayed beautifully b ...
I just came back watching The Amazing Spider-Man. And I have to say, this movie in many ways is a lot better than the first Spider-Man movie in my opinion. Andrew Garfield is really great as Peter Parker especially in the dramatic and the emotional scenes and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacey is a much stronger female lead than Mary Jane in the previous films. Also the music by James Horner is really great! I really enjoyed watching it!
SPOILER ALERT!!! don't read this... The Lizard killed Gwen Stacey's Father, and she knows that Peter Parker was the Amazing Spiderman.
This new, four-minute sneak peak at "The Amazing Spider-Man" is nothing short of amazing! The video, which premiered last night on "America's Got Talent," shows extended footage from a gripping bridge rescue -- where Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker goes to great lengths to save a young boy from plummeting to his doom. From there, there are more glimpses of Emma Stone as Gwen Stacey, Denis Leary as her cop father and Rhys Ifans as The Lizard. The movie comes five years after the last Tobey Maguire flick and will focus on "an untold story that tells a different side of the Peter Parker story" -- including a mystery about his parents. Will you be seeing it when the movie opens July 3?
Peter Parker's first love was Gwen Stacey, his Uncle Ben and Aunt May Raised him, he can climb walls and Flash kicked his ***
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