From those pics he looks pretty scary actually.
From those pics he looks pretty scary actually.
New trailer arrives at 4PM PST/7pm EST which is about 9 hours away. No way I'm staying up till then
That's 1 AM for me.
They fixed him.
They actually fucking fixed him.
My one hang-up about this movie, and they eliminated it.
Not just eliminated it, turned it into something AMAZING.
Something... Web of... VV
Bottom line, this is awesome, pumped as hell.
I saw the trailer attached to an employee screening of The Avengers. I liked it. I'm excited. That is all.
"Saw this movie the FIRST time! That was enough."
Is a comment I found: http://uk.eonline.com/news/amazing_s...#ixzz1tpwfsGCy
It made me angry. Wonder if they turn down Batman with the same apathy.
Interview with director where he explains why he's given Lizard a human face as opposed to the snout.
New Spiderman trailer in HD
"You found my weakness... ...it's small knives"
Andrew Garfield is a great Spiderman it is confirmed.
I get a Batman Begins vibe from this. Not because it's dark. It's not dark at all. I'm against darkness in every super hero film, It's Spiderman cracking jokes in a bright suit, it's awesome. But the origin story exploring both Peter Parker AND Spiderman. Like Batman Begins did Bruce Wayne AND Batman.
I'm getting that feeling Amazing Spiderman will be pretty damn good like Begins, but largely ignored until Amazing Spiderman 2 comes along and ends up being mind blowing. Specially as they got the Star Trek writers in on it.
He's kinda hitting the nail on the head. Peter Parker and Tony Stark are two of the few alter egos I like as much as the hero itself and look forward to them just as much.
Just realised, it's entirely possible that this is true:
but it's equally likely that THIS is true:
hopefully, it's the latter.
You can see his earhole, and it makes me think it is that he has a snout.
All of this is confusing the hell out of me though.
We see some clips in the trailers that are CLEARLY from the climax, and he still has the Goomba face.
Then we see something like that picture, that looks like it'd be in the middle of the movie, and he has a snout...
Honestly... it's making me want to see the movie even more...
those crafty bastards...
this is gonna be HILARIOUS when this comes out though...
think about it, we've got all the hipster film snobs who have never read a comic in their lives thinking "this is gonna be SOOOO much better than those stupid, campy Raimi movies. this is the DARK, REALISTIC Spider-Man!"
Meanwhile, this movie is the one where *SPOILER* the Lizard unleashes a biological weapon on New York that turns people into giant lizard people *SPOILER*, basically sticking to the comics as far as the tone goes.
I'm sure I'm gonna love it, but as is the case with all comic movies, there's nothing as entertaining/infuriating as seeing the reactions of people who have no idea what the hell they're talking about.
you know the ones.
the ones who think that the Nolan movies are "so much better than those silly children's comics where Batman and his boy wonder escape from death traps".
He doesn't have a snout
Exactly. He's in a lab coat there which means he's JUST transformed because later in the trailer he seems to be naked on a bridge throwing cars off as Spidey catches them.
But who knows the Lizard becoming more beastly could be a surprise. I'd rather Lizard turn back to Kurt at the end and be a nice guy than get killed/arrested. Like the comics.
Coz then it's open for the Sinister Six.
Who the hell was that saying "Did you tell the boy about his parents" to Kurt? Norman Osbourne? As he is Kurts boss.
Taken from the newest trailer by me:
I don't mind the face at all. I wish he was just wearing some fucking clothes.
Still hoping for this design
"Atleast I got my arm back! Just nothing to jack with it"
I can't see how anybody doesn't like the look of that.
Shit. Webb really knows what makes Spider-Man good. That's the impression I get anyway.
Well his second name is Webb!
The trailers make it like Dr. Connors is just another power hungry mad scientist- and he might be, overall- but, that video kind of gives me hope that he's a lot more sympathetic character.
A few things I noticed...
1. There's that Twitter feed (I think it's "Scale Seeker" or something like that). The whole thing set up a viral marketing campaign that led to Dr. Connors' tattered lab coat next to a manhole in a swampy park. The picture on the feed looks like it's a young kid (maybe 12 or 13). I'm thinking this might be Dr. Connors' son, trying to track down and "save" his wayward father.
2. Is it just me, or are the transformations in the trailers spastic as hell? We see him with one arm and no Lizard attributes, then we see him with two arms and a fucking tail, then we see him with two arms and very few Lizard traits... but they've said that it's a gradual change throughout the movie... soooo... yeah... this'll be.... interesting....
More new posters
I've not seen shit of Curts family in any trailer or interview or casting thing. What's going on there.
I hope they don't leave that out. Curts struggle to be a father empathises with Peters struggle to find his.
Plus when Curt realises how he hurts his family he becomes more of a hero than a villain. Spider-Man defeating The Lizard without killing him makes it a great battle for an origin story. They better not have left that out to kill The Lizard at the end. It pisses me off when they kill villains in comic films. The villains make comic book stories, they're the focus. The Sinister 6 spring to mind too. A movie with the Sinister 6 is the closest Sony will get to the marketing giant that is The Avengers. If you keep killing them it gets shit eventually. The only thing Spider-Man 3 did right was leave Sandman open for a return.
I thought today that I'd like the sequel to kick off with Spidey stopping a minor villain. Like how Dark Knight kicks off with Batman stopping Scarecrow in a hiest unrelated to the majority of the film. In Ramis movies Spider-man only ever really stopped the villain of the film. If Spidey 2 had a brief Shocker battle or somebody cool yet not cool enough for a solo movie, it'd be fine by me.
Naturally, as Spider-Man continues to best Kraven, Kraven becomes more and more desperate to capture/kill Spidey- and restore his damaged ego- to the extent that he begins to endanger civilians (in traps set for Spidey) and eventually- when police see both Kraven as a menace and he goes on the run- hunts down Dr. Connors and forces him to make a serum (maybe by taking Dr. Connor's son captive) to match Spidey's strength, agility, etc. This would lead to the finale where Kraven and Spidey fight on relatively equal terms. Maybe even Dr. Connors in his Lizard form comes to aid Spider-Man where they both work to defeat Kraven.
In the end, Dr. Connors can either be killed in the ensuing finale- redeeming himself and seeing his son one last time- or goes back into seclusion and coming to terms with his mutation; Spider-Man's back on top as the authorities see Kraven for who he really is and what Spidey has done thus far; and we get possible hints to possible villains in a third movie.
Granted it's rough plot, but it could work on some levels, I think. Of course, I do not know about the direction they're going with this film or any planned sequels...
Next Villain should be symbiotic dinosaurs
Carnagetaurus vs Venomiraptor