Daily Recap: Tobey Maguire Interviews Andrew Garfield, Another 'Prometheus' Clip and Joss Whedon's Favorite Superhero Movies

Tobey Maguire interviews Andrew Garfield for VMan magazine. The former and current Spider-Men chat about Garfield's current Broadway run in Death of a Salesman, his process in becoming Spidey and the fears he's experiencing leading up to opening weekend.

Movies.com editors Erik Davis and Scott Weinberg chat about the Summer of 1982. Was it the greatest summer for movies?

Mad Men star Jon Hamm is the latest guest in Ask a Grown Man, doling out advice to teenage girls about love, dating and farting. [via Rookie Mag]

If you were wondering when you would get another glimpse of Hayley Atwell (aka Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger), good news.  While she is starring in a few other films coming out this year, including The Return of Captain Nemo and The Sweeney, she'll headline a sequel to 10 Things I Hate About You titled 10 Things I Hate About Life.

The first poster for Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection has arrived. The film hits theaters June 29. You've been warned.

Cole Hauser has joined the cast of A Good Day to Die Hard (otherwise known as Die Hard 5). Hauser will play one of the bad guys in the film, which finds John McClaine and his son in the middle of a conflict set in Russia.

Sony Pictures Classics has released a trailer for Jonathan Demme's documentary, Neil Young Journeys. The film opens June 29.

Vince Vaughn is in negotiations to star in Dreamworks' upcoming remake of the 2011 hit Canadain comedy, Starbuck. The plot centers on a slacker-type who donates sperm under the alias Starbuck. When 500 of the children his donations have fathered petition to have his identity revealed, he has to decide whether or not to come forward and how it will affect his relationship with his girlfriend.

Those G.I. Joe: Retaliation posters keep coming. The latest is this Mexican version which focuses on Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis and Adrianne Palicki's chest.

Joss Whedon reveals his favorite superhero movies and The Avengers isn't one of them.

Lukas Haas stars in Crazy Eyes as a wealthy young man with a major drinking problem who falls in love with a woman nicknamed Crazy Eyes. Madeline Zima plays the title character. The movie debuted at this year's SXSW Film Festival where it was picked up by Strand Releasing and will receive a limited theatrical run beginning July 6.

Sylvester Stallone's action flick Bullet to the Head has received its release date: February 1, 2013.

Now that The Avengers has arrived in theaters, Disney is turning its attention to their next feature, Pixar's Brave. The marketing blitz is warming up. Here's the latest featurette, Kilt, done in the style of a fashion commercial.

Cameron Diaz has snagged the coveted female lead in Ridley Scott's The Counselor, based on an original script from Cormac McCarthy. Angelina Jolie and Penelope Cruz has originally been interested in the role. Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem are all attached to star in the legal thriller.

Yup, yet another Prometheus featurette. This one's titled, Origins, and asks the fundamental question of where did humans come from? And as Ridley Scott states at the end of the clip, "I want to scare the living sh*t out of you." Does he?

Working Title and Edgar Wright have set a September start date for The World's End, the last in a trilogy of comedies which includes Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. Wright will direct from a script he wrote with Simon Pegg, who will co-star with Nick Frost.  The plan is to release the film in spring 2013.

And finally, Avengers nail polish [via Imgur]

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