A couple New York kids got quite a surprise, when none-other-than Spider-Man, took time out of his busy schedule to play a little basketball with them. Spider-Man (a.k.a. Andrew Garfield) was in the Chinatown neighbourhood of Manhattan, shooting The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Rather than rush to his trailer between scenes, Garfield took to a basketball court near the set with a couple youngsters, still clad as “Spidey”. After a couple shoots, Garfield (who never removes the mask) strode off the court, followed by a bodyguard, and a blonde woman with a dog who appears to be girlfriend, Emma Stone. They then make there way to a cordoned-off section of street.
In addition to Garfield and Stone, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 also stars Shailene Woodley, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, and Paul Giamatti, amongst others. The film is slated for release May 2, 2014.
Following two blood-soaked days, in which a Palestinian infant was killed and his parents and sibling were critically wounded in a fire and six people were hurt in a stabbing at Jerusalem's gay pride parade, thousands are expected to protest in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa
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