Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are letting their off-screen romance spill over onto their big-screen roles for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, creating major sparks in the comic-book movie.
"I wanted to work with him probably even more than I had maybe even before the first one," said Emma, 25.
Andrew and Emma met on their first Spider-Man movie, hitting it off right away. In the three years since, they've started a romantic relationship that's remained private.
Along with the love story, the fight scenes are also ramped up in the new film.
"It's very action-packed," said Andrew, 30. "What's great is that all the action sequences are supported by the story."
That story includes Spider-Man's toughest nemesis yet -- Max Dillon, a.k.a. Electro, played by Jamie Foxx.
After a freak electrical accident, mild-mannered Max Dillon makes a conscious decision to change.
"That's when he says, 'I've got to be heard and you're in my way, Spider-Man,'" said Jamie.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens May 2.