According to IMDb, Martin Sheen has 230 acting titles to his name. That’s over 50 years of work! However, even with an immense amount of experience under his belt, Sheen is still in awe of the ever-changing industry and very excited about having the license to recreate a property with The Amazing Spider-Man.
When Peter Parker’s (Andrew Garfield) parents disappear, he’s left in the care of his Aunt May (Sally Field) and Uncle Ben (Sheen). Uncle Ben assumes a fatherly role in Peter’s life, talking about girls and attempting to help him through rough spots. But, when Peter’s problems go from average teenage woes to the effects of a radioactive spider bite, Uncle Ben has a tougher time breaking through.
With The Amazing Spider-Man gearing up for its July 3rd release, Sheen sat down to talk all about working with the material, breathing new life into the story, the glorious craft service selection and, for those of you who don’t know a lick of information about Spider-Man, a little something in spoiler territory.
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