Another Cool Poster for 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Has Battle Damage
Just recently, two more slick posters for Marc Webb's The Amazing-Spider-Man surfaced featuring Andrew Garfield as everyone's friendly neighborhood wallcrawler with the skyline in his sights and scaling skyscrapers as well. Now a new poster gives us another angle of the full Spidey suit, complete with webshooters (check out the most recent viral for a closer look at those), with the backdrop of the city keeping the marketing theme looking rather metallic and pretty damn cool. But it looks like Spider-Man has seen better days, as those gashes across his chest likely came from The Lizard (Rhys Ifans). Look below!
Here's the third theatrical poster for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, found via IMPAwards:
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.
Reader Feedback - 21 Comments
I love it!
Fuze on Apr 30, 2012
Yep, I like this a lot. Simple and clear. Can't quite tell how he can be standing at this angle to the city behind him though, almost perpendicular, and yet somehow still have the rest of the city reflecting in his eyes, unless it's an Inception-style bending city reeling up in front him maybe. Also, is that a spider motif in the streets over his right shoulder?
Candle_Wick on Apr 30, 2012
My thoughts exactly on the angle....still diggin it though. And good eye on the streets, that's sick!
Danimal on Apr 30, 2012
People are supposed to stand perpendicular to the landscape, that's how people stand. Spider-man has fewer restrictions in this regard, but if I had to guess, I'd say he's falling and he's not looking at the 'camera', he's looking down
Richie G on Apr 30, 2012
or he's on a slanted rooftop...like the one behind him...
Jericho on Apr 30, 2012
With all respect for all 3 Raimi previous spiderman, I have to say this is spiderman not them. Amazing amazing spiderman Studio better work on sequels now, I want amazing spiderman 2 and 3 And I Wana lizard in second installment with another bad guy I think I'm in webs of this spidy already
Ehsan Davodi on Apr 30, 2012
How can you say this is better than Raimi's without even seeing it? It wasn't that long ago that Raimi's Spiderman redefined the comic movie genre. Gratitude don't seem to last long anymore.
Blargh on May 1, 2012
As much as I'm against needless reboots and remakes and all that, I can't deny that this looks awesome. When there's passion and commitment invested in a project, even if it's a remake/reboot, and it's not just a cash grab (even though it will make a lot of money) great things are to be expected. And this seems to be the case with The Amazing Spider-Man. The director is great, as well as the screen writers and the cast is quite solid. This might be a (rather rare) exception when it isn't the usual 'money for the brand, not the movie itself' thing. The excitement got me. But I have faith. And if I'm wrong and will be disappointed, well it wouldn't be the first time...
Isildur_of_Numenor on Apr 30, 2012
Looks weird. Saw the trailer before The Avengers and I must say, the trailer does make it look like a great film.
Ryderup on Apr 30, 2012
Looks great! No comments on the spidey-logo in the streets in the background?
Ahler on Apr 30, 2012
candle_wick mentioned it in the second comment.
Phealy29 on Apr 30, 2012
According to the poster, I now want to find the same streets as shown: "Yeah, meet me on the corner of Broadway and Spider Street, just north of Spider Circle on 59th....yeah, just northwest of the street formation that looks like a spider when seen from space..."
Voice of Reason on Apr 30, 2012
There'd be crazy congestion at the end of the thorax and the logistics of an eight way crossing intersection would be a nightmare. I wouldn't meet anyone in that maelstrom of whizzing metal death
Richie G on Apr 30, 2012
Disgusting! Sony Spider BE GONE!
Jimmy Love on Apr 30, 2012
Looks Pretty Badass
Jalts4 on Apr 30, 2012
The more I hear about this film, the less I care.
Lagoya on Apr 30, 2012
That costume looks like ass. I can't stand this design. This is this summer's Green Lantern.
Brad Morris on Apr 30, 2012
Where's the crotch?!!! it's in total darkness - c'mon I know you're all looking.
Guest on Apr 30, 2012
Does sir dress to the left or the right?
Max Renn on Apr 30, 2012
If you look in the top left corner you can see the spider logo in the streets
HYBRID COMICS on May 1, 2012
Are people as interested in this as The Avengers and Batman? I'm not so sure. Looks good but people seem more excited about the other movies I mentioned. We'll soon find out.
Cameron Yarde Jnr on May 1, 2012
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