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Awesome Second Trailer for Marc Webb's 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

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February 7, 2012
Source: YouTube

The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

"If you want the truth Peter, come and get it!" It's a big day for Spidey today, as Sony has also unveiled the second official trailer via YouTube for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, and it's much more exciting, epic and totally awesome than even I was expecting (I watched it earlier today in 3D). Do not miss this! Andrew Garfield stars as Peter Parker, along with Emma Stone, Martin Sheen, Sally Field and Rhys Ifans as the villain The Lizard, who we finally get a good glimpse of in this trailer. This is starting to look better and better the more we see, I'm very excited for what Webb has made, it looks, frankly, amazing.

Watch the second official trailer for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, in HD via YouTube:

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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  • Unati
    YEAH! Awesome trailer! I saw you there, Alex, I waved but you had no idea who i was! Oh well...
  • http://www.facebook.com/JaiysonM Jason McGuire
    yeah!
  • Richard Canlas
    frankly i think it looks terrible compared to the Raimi's Spiderman. CGi looks unrealistic and the suit looks dumb.
    • Xerxexx
      I think the suit, suits this Peter Parker...I mean in Raimi's it was too perfect for a poor high school/college to create.
      • Richie G
         Really don't see how a poor college kid could make the current suit either seeing as how its not just a costume, its scifi tech which allows him to stick to walls. Plus now they have him making web shooters. I know its more faithful to the comics, but doesn't it just feel like a step backwards from how it was done in Rami's?
        • Richie G
          Actually, judging from the teaser poster above, they don't have Spider-man sticking to walls because of the pattern on his suit, but still... home made web shooters
        • Xerxexx
          IMO Raimi's Spidey was filled with Cheese...this one looks rather gritty.
        • Jasonmd2020
          The sticking to walls was part of the spider bite not the costume. Plus, I might be wrong, it looks like part of the web shooters Peter found in his Dad's old briefcase.
        • GG
           if you can suspend your reality for the comics I don't see why you would question it in a film.  A kid get bits by a spider and gains extraordinary powers yet his ability to make web shooters is what is blowing your mind as improbable.  It is all improbable and ridiculous but that is part of why it is amazing!  GO SPIDEY GO!
    • http://www.firstshowing.net Alex Billington
      You need to see it in HD, I think it looks that way on YouTube, but it looks great in HD and 3D, even all the CG.
    • Chazzy
      CGI looks unrealistic?  In comparison to Raimi's Spider-Man?  Maybe you should go back and check those movies out. 
      • Kaim
        Ya the CGI helicopters at the end of Spider Man 2 are one of the worst travesties to CGI in history.
    • Craig
       The only CGI part that looked bad to me was when the Lizard's hand is reaching toward the screen.
    • Sempai
       I couldn't agree with you more.
  • Diana Yeme
    eh... I'm still not sure about Andrew...
  • Xerxexx
    Like it.
    • Anonymous
      Same here....but I'm still a bit cautious. 
      • Xerxexx
        Indeed.
  • http://www.fusedfilm.com/ Michael Lee
    Everything looked great up until the collapsing building, which looks like it needs to be polished a bit more. Other than that minor gripe, I cannot wait for this movie, it looks absolutely amazing. 
  • Boby_wan
    Anything is better than Spider Man 3 and quite frankly anything with Denis Leary is great.
  • Jezebel
    Looks weak.
    • Heci
      It looks very weak, imo. I didn't enjoy the other Spider-Man movies too much, though.. maybe it's a dif target group...
  • http://twitter.com/Nielsen700 M.K. Nielsen
    Anyone notice how "The Lizard" doesn't look like a lizard?
    • Hans
      Anyone notice how "Spiderman" doesn't look like a spider?
      • Mdiddles
        Anyone notice that "The Lizard" is actually supposed to look like a lizard and "Spiderman" is not supposed to look like a spider
  • Ryderup
    Remove that ugly costume and this looked great! I'm converted
  • Jp
    OMG YOU GUYS! You do understand that they have FOUR MORE MONTHS to polish CGI right? If you think this is what the final product is going to be like.... well... go DIAF.
    • Tomyse
      Studios know by now that fans cut and analyze each inch of the trailers, they should have learned from the Green Lantern case.  
    • Anonymous
      "You do understand that they have FOUR MORE MONTHS to polish CGI right?" Well, they SHOULD know...but heck, how many of 'em really know anything about CGI or have even picked up an issue of CINEFEX magazine?
  • Anonymous
    I still have my doubts. did you watch the movie or the trailer in 3d? but I trust your judgement, Alex.
  • Richie G
    I want to like this, but I don't. I'm sure it will be better than Rami's last abortion, but that's not setting the bar high
  • Saenker
    it says in the trailer "the untold story"...  muha.... ha....  ha 
  • Armeetapus16
    lizards still looks funny, but i'm excited regardless
  • TheLaughingMan
    For all the complaints about The Lizard for all we know that could just be the first stage of his transformation.
  • Manuel
    Like the tone of "arrest the illegal masked viligante known as..." (Batman?) Great trailer by the way.
  • BobDeathKlown
    My only complaint with this is that there seemed to be a lot of spider-man running around in the middle of the street without his mask.  Other than that minor gripe, I think this looks fantastic.  Can't wait!
  • Me
    I saw this film 5 years ago. 
  • Big Boss
    This trailer definitely looks better than the teaser, but I DO notice the studio's big push on the "untold story" motif. Can't help but think that even THEY know this film has to surpass Raimi's vision and the public's current skepticism. I guess we'll all see..
  • truedat
    nearly every movie villian looks to take down nyc, the hero and his lass involved- whose dads a cop. why is this an untold story? 
  • CookieMonster
    Who cares about Andrew? Emma Stone in 3d. I'm in on all fours!
    • GABO2D2
      EMMA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO GOOD LOOKIN!!!!!
    • Anonymous
      BWAHAHAHAHAAAA!! Hell, I agree with you completely.  Funny thing is, Emma Stone could've played either MJ or Gwen...but hell, she works for me.
  • Imdavek
    not dark enough, still looks cheesy
    • Rorypowellgowner
      Why didn't this show during the Super Bowl? Can't wait for this!
    • http://twitter.com/stalkbrandon Brandon V. Fletcher
      yes because smidey is know for being dark
  • Bltzie
    I'm in! 
  • tir na nog
    Cant wait,Denis Leary is a good call.
  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=728180943 Vijay Anand
    Nice! I love the trailer, like the suit better, too.  
  • Craig
    It looks awesome. My one complaint is how they're constantly flinging stuff at the camera just because, 3D OMG! 
  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GBDMKUUGNNXUFGMRORXKWHCI54 chris j
    Everyone is giving this movie such a hard time!! This actually looks like a decent movie! I'd prolly much rather have the darker side with Web than Raimi's personally. Raimi's version just got too be way too cheesy after a while with kirsten dunst. I'm personly love that they re-made this movie, and are holding it true to the comics. The web shooters are what he had in the comics! Although his suit is different, and got the suit perfect in Raimi's version of Spiderman, I really think i'll prefer this over Raimi's. I'm excited!!! Bring it on!! 
  • ur_babys_daddy
    Looks better and better. I wanted to hate on it in the beginning, but the feel in me is looking forward to it.
  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Parfitt/9364385 David Parfitt
    this is a way better trailer.  looks great!
  • TTumMM
    It'd be great if Sony just sold the right to Marvel and this Spiderman join Avengers. But then again I'm just dreaming.
    • http://www.cac-tv.com crazyalcayne
      Word!
    • Anonymous
      Yeah...would be cool.  Would be VERY cool.  But...well, it's out of our hands.
  • http://twitter.com/hgpataki todd flanders
    Looks cool! Kinda reminds me of the first Ninja Turtles movie.
  • Danimal
    I'm so pumped for this. 
  • The Douche
    I was skeptical before, F that, I'm freakin' sold. Bring on Spidy
  • Anonymous
    Finally the spider-man we deserve!!! I'm there dude!!
  • movieguru
    Move over Tobey Maquire!!!
  • http://www.facebook.com/Luke.Banham Luke Banham
    It's official! I originally did not like the suit, I felt it ruined the character, then I saw the actual Promo images of the suit and I began to warm up to it. Now I've seen the trailer I love the suit! Love the quirkiness that Spider-Man has in this trailer. Love that he looks like he is using vibrations of a web in the trailer to track someone (lizard) in the sewers.  I'm officially now reserving all judgements for future movies until I see the trailer at least, more likely the final production from now on.
  • Anyman
    At least Mr. Parker has a hot girlfriend this time around, a blond emma stone puts kirsten dunst under the table for sure
    • http://www.cac-tv.com crazyalcayne
      I agree with you 1000%
  • http://twitter.com/richieblitz Richie Blitz
    I really want to like this movie but so far it's just not doing it for me. Maby I'll be pleasantly surprised in the theater, we'll see. For me Tobey Maguire IS Peter Parker and how could I enjoy a spiderman movie without J.K. Simmons?
    • JL
      I think Garfield will be fine for Parker, but J.K. Simmons, yeah, his presence will be sorely missed.
  • Tomyse
    Cgi is lame, score is awful, fight scenes are nice.  Cant wait for TDK to come out
  • http://www.cine-escape.com/ Sakyo
    I am totally in.... but the lizard`s face ... dunno .. i hope this will change more  in the film .-..
  • http://www.milliondollarcuffs.org Triangle Dimes
    There's something that bugs me about this. I don't know why. Maybe because I know in my heart that nobody will be able to fill the shoes of JK Simmons as JJ Jameson. I'm also confused as to whether or not this is an origin story cause it kind of looks like it throws us right into it, which would be really cool.
    • Anonymous
      "Maybe because I know in my heart that nobody will be able to fill the shoes of JK Simmons as JJ Jameson." JK KILLED as JJJ--I couldn't help but laugh my ass off when he appeared in the first film, and he just nailed it.  Come to think of it--is JJJ even in this film?
      • Anonymous
        As much as I hope this flick can stand on its own, I wouldnt be mad if simmons was cast...  ;)   (tongue in cheek)
  • KobyBryant
    This looks EXACTLY the same as the corny Raimi Spidermans!  Dont know why everyone is acting so pumped like its some restart or darker take like Batman Begins or something.   Go watch the trailers for Spiderman 2 and 3...you might see something familiar Its so frustrating that a remake to this franchise came out just like the others!!
  • Jnickbuentello
    I think it looks good, but if your going to have the lizard in a spider man movie... why rob him of his gator snout... I miss classic lizard.  
    • guest
      CLASSIC lizard doesn't have a snout...
  • Marty - themartymartin.com
    I don't care about the whole argument of whether it's a reboot, remake, etc etc... It's all the same. It's a remake. And no, it does us no good to get all upset about it since it's being made whether you want it or not.  That being said, I wasn't a huge fan of Raimi's films, so I couldn't care either way. I think his films were a bit campy, albeit entertaining (I'm talking about the first 2) and the 3rd must have left such a sour taste in the studio's mouth that they decided they needed to save the franchise by bringing something fresh to the table. So at the very least I was hoping that the new "Amazing" Spiderman would feel markedly different from the previous iterations, alla Batman Begins vs Tim Burton (and more importantly Joel Poomaucker). Based on the trailer, I don't really see a vision that is all that different. Same overall premise (which isn't the director's fault by any means), souped up CG, and a different villain. Although it does seem like the director is far more deft at working with dramatically driven character performances, which to me is half the battle. I was admittedly expecting something that felt a bit darker tonally however. As for the actual footage, one thing really pleased me overall. Peter Parker flying through the air felt much more tactile than in Raimi's films. Spiderman often looks like he's trying to maintain balance/control in the air, especially when he uses his shooters, which brings something much more palpable and real to the experience. For this alone, I'm excited because it make him seem less "superhero" and more human. Sure he scales buildings and dive-bombs between them, but that's a given and frankly exciting element that, no matter how many remakes later, would be there and look similar. I'm glad they didn't feature the 1st person footage at least in this new trailer. The director wants to bring his audience more into the experience, more into Spiderman's shoes and that's cool... but the CG just isn't there. I think we're at this interesting point in CG film history where it's possible to create convincing CG when it's imbedded amongst existing, real-life environments, but when a scene is 100% comprised of visual effects material, as realistic as it may look, humans are simply capable of seeing when something is ever so slightly off.  I watched the first trailer a number of times, and as detailed as everything in that last 1st person CG sequence was, there was still a sheen, still something too "clean" that was hard to pinpoint. Even Avatar looks dated now, and if you don't believe it just try watching it in 2D. My 5yr old daughter when watching the Spiderman teaser even said "That looks cool. But why does it look like a video game? I thought this was a movie." Now, I should say that she is around this kind of material all of the time because it's what I do for a living, but still... a 5yr old could see it? Garfield is a weird pick to me, but I think I can warm up to him. Leary is friggin' awesome, and I can imagine him bringing a grounded sense of gravity and realism to this whole CG affair. My biggest concern is Rhys Ifans who seems to be yet another great actor cast in a part that might as well be entirely CG or just a cardboard cutout for that matter. He's a fantastic actor, but from what I can tell, this is just another villain. Except this time, GASP!, it's Peter Parker's fault, bestowing a great sense of responsibility upon his shoulder's the right what went horribly wrong.  A little note to Marc Webb, the producers, editors, etc... "Thanks for giving away the whole effing story in this trailer!" When will they stop doing that with blockbuster trailers? Tease us, show us enough to give us the sense that we know a lot, then blow us away in theaters by revealing an entirely different side to the story that we didn't see coming. Sure, this could still be the case, but it isn't. I'm a director and I've cut my fair share of trailers before as well, and this trailer makes it painfully obvious that even though 98% of the film is missing, they revealed at least 60% of the key components that break down the overall story structure. But I digress... This could be a great film, and I hope it will be. There's no reason any of us should ban it for not being Raimi's vision, or hope it fails for the same reason. And that brings me to my last point: The team behind this film has been trying from day 1 to curb the notion that this is a reboot, remake, rebuild, renovation, re, re, re... It's more damage than good. Look at all the damage control they've had to do, that Marc Webb has had to deal with because they are denying something that is so obvious. I think they would have given a much more positive perception of "The Amazing Spiderman" if they had blatantly said from the beginning that this is a re-imagining. Why the fear of saying this? Say it and get it over with. Done. Damn I thought I was going to write a paragraph.
    • Anonymous
      Dude, the trailer killed me! That's immediately what I thought before I even formulated an opinion about the actual footage.  Could easily stopped at the 1:0 mark and I would have had enough to get what I needed out of it.
    • movieguru
      Get. A. Life.
    • http://www.milliondollarcuffs.org Triangle Dimes
      Tell us what you REALLY think.
  • Anonymous
    This film is starting to shape up. The fighting scenes look great. More brutal than what we saw in Raimi's version. 
  • Horseflesh
    looks kinda cool , i woulda liked to see Venom and not wait another 3 movies but what can u do.
  • Cracky
    That was a good trailer. It was. But I still believe this was needless. With the trailer, I believe this will be a good movie. I think that everyone will do a great job. But we STILL DON'T NEED THIS. It just frustrates me that Webb and Co. will make MILLIONS off of a story, a superhero, shit-- a FILM that came out 5 years ago that did the job of introducing/presenting Spidey. This is so much worse than a premature reboot or an I-can-do-better film, simply because I truly believe what they're implying is that this is something we haven't seen before. But I get a sneaking suspicion that we have. So fuck you for thinking that Raimi didn't give his complete creative capacity to his first two films or that they didn't convey what you think is a "true" Spidey story. And fuck you for thinking I need another god damn Spiderman film because you thought you could make an edgier, slightly darker and brooding one that might make you an honorary Nolan.
    • Anonymous
      "But we STILL DON'T NEED THIS." Hey, as a certain US President said, I feel your pain.  But...it's not, and was never, our call to make.  It was the studio's call.  It sounds rather cold and blunt, and maybe it is, but that decision was never in our hands. "It just frustrates me that Webb and Co. will make MILLIONS off of a story, a superhero, shit-- a FILM that came out 5 years ago that did the job of introducing/presenting Spidey." But why is this Webb's fault?  The blame should be placed on the studio.  And not to sound like a class A-1 asswipe (well....I'll probably sound like one anyway....), but since the Raimi films there have been at least two animated shows that have re-introduced Spidey.  Sure, they aren't movies, but still... You're upset at this, and I understand that, but let's face it--it was out of our hands.  Even if we felt this re-boot was unnecessary, we're not the ones in the driver's seat. Just sayin'.
    • http://www.milliondollarcuffs.org Triangle Dimes
      Hey, I have a secret for you: NOBODY NEEDS ANY MOVIE.
  • aleina mohanty
    It looks great. But I like the real life spider-man or monkey man. http://goo.gl/X9r0l
  • Markj
    i am sold, i was not until I saw this trailer, but this has moved up to my top must see movies of the year  The Hobbit DKR Avengers HUnger Games Spider-man
  • Filmfan3784643
    Looks ok. Nothing great. Nothing MUST WATCH. about it. It will probably be better then the awful part 3 and the mediocore part 2.  But looks to be the same average attempt that the original was. And am I the only one tired of the origin part of comic book movies? Especially a very quick reboot of spiderman telling the origin again.. uhggg.  Be dark, and take yourself seriously. Is all I want in my comic movies.
    • Anonymous
      I feel you on the origins.  It in no way has to be 'the watchmen' for us to enjoy it. 
  • Anonymous
    Looks like it'll be a good summer movie.  Hopefully it can stand on its own and not draw too many direct comparisons to Sp 1 & 2 (2 being arguably one of the most critically acclaimed Superhero movies before TDK).    Jury's out till I see it but at first glance, I like the reflect-ie eyes on this suit but color-wise the blues & reds are a little too vibrant for my taste.  I realize I'm splitting hairs though.  My only real concern at this point is that the trailer showed too much of the film.    
    • Anonymous
      Good points.  I have a minor gripe or two with the suit, but hell, it works for me overall (must be because I have a horrible taste in clothes, perhaps?).  Garfield seems to be hitting the right notes as Peter, Emma Stone looks great as Gwen, and hopefully, the film will, as you said, be able to stand on it's own.
  • http://mithunonthe.net/ Mithun Divakaran
    I'm still not sold, and the CG looks cheap. Maybe I still have Sam Raimi's first two Spider-Man movies still etched in my mind. Edit: And what's with Spidey's eyes?!
    • Anonymous
      Hmm....well, the film's opening in a few months, so they've got time to improve the CG.  I wouldn't worry about it too much. Me--I like what I see so far, but I'll wait for the final film before passing judgement on it.  I loved the first two Raimi films, thought the third was okay--never could get the bilious crap that was thrown on it (well, some of the gripes I could understand, but the rest....sheesh). Come July 3rd, we'll know whether this film will work or not.
  • K1ng
    Did all these haters forget about Raimi's emo spidey? Garfield is perfect and this franchise is definitely headed in the rite direction
    • Tomyse
      Agreed,  emo spidey was bad.  But. the movie has 1 big issue, it tries to hard not being Raimi.  Whether if its the story, the suit, the villain  or the sling shoot, regardless if it is interesting or not, is in. The theme of the movie is lets not be what Raimi did, and that is a dangerous path. 
    • Anonymous
      You had me on the floor with the emo spidey!  I completely forgot about his little jazzy point and wink. (HA!!)
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQoJo81lujk Crapola
    Death to superheroes.
  • Blkstar325
    I love the this trailer, its a bit darker then the first spidey.  The costume looks a bit like spidey 2099 but Im excited.  It better be good.
  • Jmase23
    Looks good. atleast andrew garfield looks like "the real Peter Parker" (spidey from the comics). i mean, go look up a pic of the original peter parker and youll see garfield looks spot on. (minus some of the hair poofiness though :).) i get why people are saying tobey IS spiderman, because they probably didnt grow up on the comics and didn't know what he originally looked like and instead grew up on tobey-whiney-crybaby-annoyingvoice-spidey (thats just my take on him). By the trailer, Garfield has the snarky, wise-ass attitude of spidey going which is good also. the suits growing on me too. CG still needs work though. and i think this is as dark as you can take spider-man so its obviously not gunna be like batman begins. I think they should have just straight up said it was a reboot too instead of untold origin or story also. i think they put that because they're actually trying to base the movie more off the comics than raimis and have gwen stacy as the first love interest instead of mary jane and delve more into his parents past. also to people who say he isn't spiderma: exhibit A to show - http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091218205761/marveldatabase/images/e/e5/Civil_War_Vol_1_2_page_24_Peter_Parker_%28Earth-616%29.jpg
  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1454815633 Michael Baldwin
    This loks amazing
  • Davidbryan949
    that was an AMAZING trailer!!!
  • http://twitter.com/QuanahTweets Quanah
    Impressive. Unique from Raimi's version. I likey. 
  • Phantomrockcity
    if i may be so bold. Raimi's Spider Man is like Burtons Batman. This version of Spider Man fells more at home in the tone of Nolan's Batman. That's how I see it. I'm not saying it's better than Nolan's Batman or visa-versa. You gotta keep up with the rat race so to speak.
  • Nsypiecco
    skinny spiderman! andrew doesnt look like peter at all. but overall the trailer is promising.
    • http://twitter.com/QuanahTweets Quanah
      I've read many Spidey comics. Depending on which "version" you read, there are a few incarnations of a very skinny Spiderman/Peter Parker.
      • Max Renn
        It looks good. But hopefully the story and script is strong and the budget wasn't just blown on the 3D visual effects. Yeah, after McFarlane finished his run on Marvel, I remember Erik Larsen's art featuring a skinny Spider-Man. Andrew Garfield is good casting (didn't like Tobey at all, sorry).
  • Anyman
    Emma Stone (Blonde) is the hottest love interest out of all the comic book movies so far: Iron Man :             Gwyneth Paltrow (not so hot) Thor:                    Natalie Portman (not so hot) Hulk:                     Liv Tyler (not so hot, but debatable) Batman:                Katie Holmes, Maggie Glylenhal (Hell No!) Raimi's Spiderman:   Kirsten Durnst (Yuck!) CORECTION: SUPER YUCK! Capt America:        Hailey Atwell (Ok, but nothing special) Bottom Line: I just hope Mr. Parker gets his spidey freak on with that chick, lol
  • Anonymous
    I figured out what I don't like about this trailer. It looks like Spider-Man and the words sound like words Spider-Man would say but it isn't executed well. I've been defending Gafield and Webb from the start but this didn't live up to my expectations. I still think Garfield is going to be awesome and a superstar still.
  • Crawfordjk2000
    Didn't like the trailer. Seemed like it was more of a tv show feel on a closed set. And the lizard looked like a b-movie cgi. At least I won't be let down when it's mediocre. Still don't understand why people want a reboot of spiderman already? Does anyone have an original idea? Stan lee your killing you legacy!
  • Flyingreddragon
    Not sold, there were a few things I noticed that would already kind of urk me about the movie.  First Peter Parkers look, he looks like he is one of the vampires right out of twilight with his skinny face and puffed up hair.  The look to me comes off as a trendy kid.  Second it seemed like he was exposed in a lot of sequences in the movie, I really dislike that seeing as his identity is his survival.  Third almost seems like he is fight the cops as much as the bad guys never really liked that in movies in general make the bad guys the bad guys don't add more battles the hero needs to fight with the supposedly good guys.
  • Last Son
    The movie looks great. Though I thought The Lizard could have looked better.
  • FOOM
    Spidey was always meant to be skinny...... the point is he has enhanced super-strength, NOT caused by working out in a Gym. Spiders themselves have very skinny legs but can lift reltively huge weights. Also regarding web spinners...Genius student Peter Parker created them in the comics...it was Raimi who introduced the idea of the "organic" web spinners..... I can only thank God that he didnt put them in the correct "organic" place on Spideys body!
  • http://twitter.com/Vchoicecomedy Stan Morrow
    will his mask be off most of the time like the last time....cause that sucked....
  • Ointia
    A must see movie for me since I like comic books.
  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Matthew-Beaver/1430288532 Matthew Beaver
    Usually i read all the statements in thier entirty before posting but in this case DFC. This is going to be by far more stellar, hopefully darker and more brutal than Raimi's ... GOD PLEASE LET THE SOUNDTRACK BE BEAST MODE THIS TIME!!!!!!
  • http://www.facebook.com/SynDesign Rick Lima
    spider-man was skinny at high school. Thanks Raimi now the whole world thinks that spider-man is a fatty/dumb teenager-like middle-aged man
  • Leo_darkheart03
    I'm still be leery of this new Spider-Man but, I'll give it a chance.
  • Jackmooney9
    I don't like the cgi but the storyline is okay. That means The Dark Knight Rises looks a lot better.
  • http://www.facebook.com/riseoftheteddybears Valeyard12.5
    Liking the look of this film compared to the last 3 Spidey films.  I for one, was not bothered by Raimi's Spider-Man films, although this looks better.  Webb has tried to put across a darker more grittier version of Spider-Man in the same vein that Nolan has done with Batman, and in all honesty it is much better this way

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