Dane DeHaan on his father learning about his TASM2 role: “When I first told him, I think the first thing that he said was, ‘I can’t wait to tell the people in my comic book club”


The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is weaving its way into theaters in just a few weeks, but before it does, the cast is doing a cross-country Spidey tour to tell you why you should see the movie. Yesterday, the stars of the flick, Andrew, Emma and Dane, were hanging out in Downtown Miami at the Mandarin Oriental. Shireen Sandoval caught up with them to talk all things arachnophobia.

Peter Parker and his dual personality are back on the big screen in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” in 3D, and there’s a lot going on.

This time around, Peter faces off against a whole lot of villains all tied to the power company Oscorp.

Earlier today, the cast of Spidey 2 made their way to Miami to weave a web of what’s new in the franchise, like a new and improved Spidey suit.

Shireen Sandoval: “They made some concessions for you with the Spidey suit, true?”

Andrew Garfield: “‘Concessions’ is a strange word. I would just say they remembered that I was human and that I needed to go to the bathroom, and they created zippers that would enable that. Whereas the first suit, there wasn’t any consideration.”

Shireen: “Were they just like, ‘Hold it for 12 hours?'”

Andrew Garfield: “No, it was crazy. It was crazy. I asked so often, ‘Am I going to be able to use the bathroom?’ and they were like, ‘Yeah, yeah.'”

Dane DeHaan stars as Peter’s friend, Harry Osbourne, and turns into his eventual nemesis, the Green Goblin.

Dane’s dad by the way, is a big-time comic book geek.

Shireen: “What was his reaction when he found out that you had become part of the Spider-Man family?”

Dane DeHaan: “When I first told him, I think the first thing that he said was, ‘I can’t wait to tell the people in my comic book club.'”

Emma Stone returns as Peter’s love interest, Gwen Stacy. Emma and Andrew date in real life, but will their on screen chemistry continue? A famous, old-school comic book kills Gwen off.

Shireen: “The night when Gwen Stacey died is a very popular old comic book. Are we going to see the same outcome in the movie?”

Emma Stone: “I can’t say anything, but you have to see for yourself.”


Source: WSVN.com