New ‘Spider-Man’ Andrew Garfield Will Swing Into Comic-Con

Panels on “Ghost Rider” sequel and “Total Recall” remake also planned

Sony Pictures will be weaving quite the web at Comic-Con this year.

The studio announced on Friday that Andrew Garfield, star of the upcoming superhero-movie reboot "The Amazing Spider-Man," will be on hand for the annual convention, which takes place July 21-24 in San Diego.

Garfield, who's inheriting the role of heroic web-slinger Spider-Man from Tobey Maguire, will be joined by his co-star Emma Stone, director Marc Webb and producer Avi Arad for a panel on the movie on Friday, July 22. (The movie is slated for a July 3, 2012 release.)

On Friday, Sony is also presenting panels on the sequel "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" — which will be attended by star Nicolas Cage and directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, among others — and the remake "Total Recall," for which Kate Beckinsale, Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Bryan Cranston will be present.

On the comedy front, the upcoming Jesse Eisenberg film "30 Minutes or Less" — about a pizza delivery man (Eisenberg) who's abducted and forced to commit a bank robbery — will also have a panel.