'Amazing Spider-Man' Gets a Trio of International Character Posters

May 11, 2012
Source: Latino Review

The Amazing Spider-Man

So far the posters for The Amazing Spider-Man have been pretty damn spectacular, and I think I'm going to end up buying each and every one we've featured so far for my wall. Now the hype machine is gearing up overseas too as a small batch of international character posters have surfaces, finally putting emphasis on the cast itself rather than just the iconic image of Spider-Man. Andrew Garfield has the mask removed as Peter Parker, Emma Stone gets her own posters as Gwen Stacy and Rhys Ifans gets a creepy poster with his Lizard scales starting to show. After that last trailer, I can't wait to see this flick.

Here's the character posters for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man from Latino Review:

Amazing Spider-Man - International Character Poster - Parker

Amazing Spider-Man - International Character Poster - Stacy

Amazing Spider-Man - International Character Poster - Connors

Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) finds a clue that might help him understand why his parents disappeared when he was young. His path puts him on a collision course with Dr. Connors, his father's former partner.

Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man features Garfield as Peter Parker, Emma Stone as Gwen, Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben, Sally Field as Aunt May and Denis Leary as George Stacy. 500 Days of Summer director Marc Webb is at the helm of this Spider-Man reboot, from a screenplay written by Alvin Sargent (Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 & 3), Steve Kloves (Harry Potter movies) and James Vanderbilt (The Rundown, Zodiac, The Losers). Sony/Columbia is bringing The Amazing Spider-Man to theaters in 3D on July 3rd this summer.

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  • mooreworthy
    Emma Stone on my wall while I sleep? Win.
  • Voice of Reason
    So psyched for this movie. I cant help but laugh at the aggressively obvious lizard skeleton on the Dr. Connors poster in case anyone just couldn't put it together.
    • Christopher Batty
      HAHAHA! Thanks for pointing that out. Fossils in the sewer. I'm going to have to pass on this film. Spidey needs to go back to Marvel Studios. I'll watch Avengers again instead. 
    • redskulllives
      they gave him an emo look hahaha
    • Neyo
      I disagree. Sony gets spiderman unlike marvel. A very good example to prove my statement is the comparison between sony's "spectacular spiderman" and marvel's "ultimate spiderman" cartoon series. As for the movie, I think it looks great! The only gripe I have is that they're showing a bit too much in the trailers.
      • Dotrob01
        finally someone who gets the fact that Marvel can't handle to many film franchises 
  • peloquin
    I'm torn on this film... I really like Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield along with the general vibe I've gotten from the trailers.  On the other hand, I'd love to see this film fail miserably just so that Sony would be forced to sell the IP rights for Spiderman back to Marvel.  The last time this happened was when Ang Lee's Hulk did terribly and Universal was forced to sell the character back to Marvel or face huge financial burdens.  It just really bugged me that during Avengers all of New York City was being reduced to rubble and Spiderman was just chilling in his apartment watching the action on the news.
    • I think the film is going to be great, but I'd love for a deal to be worked out where Spider-Man can appear in other Marvel movies, if only because I'd love to see a Civil War storyline on the big screen. It's a pipe dream but damn would that be cool.
      • mooreworthy
        Marvel Zombies Ethan, Marvel Zombies.
        • I've heard I should read that storyline as well, and while that hits all sorts of fanboy buttons, I think that's less likely than the Civil War hitting the big screen in our life time.
      • peloquin
        I seriously doubt a deal will ever be worked out that allows that and I have a feeling that studios will just keep forcing half assed films so they don't lose the rights to the character.  It's upsetting because Spiderman and the X-Men were always showing up around the Avengers and it just feels odd to split up Stan Lee's universe.  The giant world he created was the reason why I was such a Marvel fanboy as a kid and I just want to see that vision come to life.  Sucks that DC (WB) owns the rights to all their characters, but they make shitty films (minus TDK), while Marvel is split up, but they make great films.  The Civil War storyline would be phenomenal, glad there's a writer on FS that actually reads comic books.  Check out this video explaining IP in regards to comic book films, it's a very succinct explanation of why we'll never see the Marvel universe come together.
    • Jackdan
      It's not flopping, so just get over it.
  • Christopher Batty
    Why so heavily photoshopped? These posters look nasty. 
  • Kohjiwadaworc
    hey guys, go to screen rant and find the best upcoming,current, and old movie coverage. type in the 2 words and click any result with the 2 words.
  • Neyo
    I disagree. Sony gets spiderman unlike marvel. A very good example to prove my statement is the comparison between sony's "spectacular spiderman" and marvel's "ultimate spiderman" cartoon series. As for the movie, I think it looks great! The only gripe I have is that they're showing a bit too much in the trailers.
  • It's so funny... I've been so HYPED up to see Nolan's last dark knight that I was obsessed... I'd listen and look out for any tid bit of information, trailers, posters anything that would give me a glimpse of the movie... Then the Avengers came out and BLEW me (and the rest of the world) away and my hopes for dark knight were diminished but still anxious.  Now I've just seen the new Amazing Spider Man 4 minute preview and I CANT BELIEVE HOW EXCITED I AM TO SEE THIS MOVIE (And I hate Spider Man)... I want to stay excited about the Dark knight but it's hard when other movies that seem equally as good are dropping around the same time... CURSE YOU MARVEL!!!!




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