The newest reboot of the Spider-Man series, The Amazing Spider-Man, celebrated its German premiere today in Berlin.
The Movie is the first one of 3 planed movies about the new Peter Parker played by Andrew Garfield which was present today in Berlin together with Emma Stone who plays Gwen Stacy (Spider-Man’s girlfriend before he started dating Mary-Jane Watson) and Rhys Ifans who plays Dr. Curt Connors or “The Lizard”.
The new movie is about the young Peter and the search for his father who disappeared when he was young. After discovering a mysterious briefcase belonging to his father, he finds his father’s former partner, Dr. Curtis Connors, a one-armed scientist who tries to restore his lost arm, but something goes terribly wrong.
Every month throughout the summer, Water-Fight-Flash-Mobs are being organized through Facebook. Those Water Fights, where only water is allowed, have nothing to do with the Oberbaum Water Fight where other harmless objects can be used.
The water fight today was located in the Viktoriapark, an urban park in the locality of Kreuzberg, on the top of an artificial waterfall at the foot of the Schinkel’s National Monument.
About 50 People gathered with Super Soakers, buckets and everything that can hold water to splash it in other people’s faces. Just a normal Sunday afternoon in Kreuzberg.
Berlin Landmarks built of bricks, not the usual kind of bricks, but LEGO bricks. The LEGO Discovery Center Berlin is a huge underground playground with many attractions, but while the majority of those attractions is aimed for a younger audience, the miniature versions of Berlins most famous landmarks are quite impressive.