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On Thursday night outside this city’s landmark Ziegfeld Theater, fans with balloons, Spidey suits and other accouterments lined the street, where stars from the film including
First up was Foxx, who began with a little solo gyrating dance move (the Jamie?). Soon everyone else who came to the stage attempted their own spin on it, including Stone and Garfield, both of whom put some real oomph into their moves.
But all for the raucousness, the screening was practically low-key compared with the afterparty, held at the city’s gargantuan main post office near
Instead, guests wandered the cavernous space (technically called Skylight at Moynihan Station) and its many food and themed drink stations (the film may be about Gwen Stacy but there was indeed, an Ultimate Mary Jane beverage). Dotted throughout the room were demos of a Spider-Man video game and photo booths built to look like the set (e.g. Peter Parker's bedroom).
In the middle sat a large stage that saw an all-star concert begin sometime around 11:30, as composer
That Sony would pull out all the stops for the May 2 release is hardly a surprise. With two more