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Saturday, January 3, 2015



Sony Pictures Could Start Shooting 'The Amazing Spider-Man 3' in March


While the fate of web-slinger known as Spider-Man still remains unclear since the Sony Hack some new information has debuted regarding Sony's original plan with the character. A casting call for The Amazing Spider-Man 3 went out from Bill Beckman Casting about the film.
Studio: Columbia Pictures (Sony)
Project Name:The Amazing Spider-man 3
Starring: Andrew Garfield, Dane DeHaan
Description:Peter Parker/Spider-Man faces a new challenge to protect New York City.
Casting for: Extras, male/female, 18-65, all races/ethnicities
Project type: Feature Film
Shooting Location: Atlanta, GA
Payrate: $148/day, up to $900/day for speaking/special talent parts
Union: SAG voucher eligible
Now while on the main site we couldn't find an exact date when this casting call went out a similar casting call was posted on that websites Facebook which indicate that the film could start filming as early as March 2015 in Atlanta, GA.

This also shows that the casting call was in November which was right before the infamous Sony Hack. Which revealed that Sony may end up selling the rights back to Marvel Studios after the "Spidey Summit" later this month. Of course it is still entirely possible that Sony decline to team-up with Marvel and forge ahead with their current plans in The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and Sinister Six films. Sony could also push back the shooting for The Amazing Spider-Man 3 but keep the location in Atlanta, GA.

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