'The Amazing Spider-Man' Swings and Breaks Glass in a New Poster

May 1, 2012
Source: Cine Marcado

The Amazing Spider-Man

Each and every poster released recently for The Amazing Spider-Man has me wanting to throw Spidey (Andrew Garfield) right up on my wall where he belongs. From the two slick posters that surfaced a couple weeks ago to the battle damaged poster that just showed up yesterday, the print marketing for this franchise reboot is pretty bad-ass. Now we have another poster with the same motif, but this time Spidey is swinging high above New York City, presumably into the window of some sort of high skyscraper and glass breaks around him. I feel like this is the poster that promotes the 3D part of the release as well. Look below!

The new poster for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man from Cine Marcado (via Latino Review):

The Amazing Spider-Man

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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Not a fan of all these posters. And the costume still looks bad.

Ryderup on May 1, 2012


I prefer this costume over the one Raimi used in his films. It looks more grounded in reality.

thechillerdewd on May 1, 2012


Otherworld Joker sez: Where does he get those wonderful threads?

Voice of Reason on May 1, 2012


yeah and it's so realistic that he could have sewn that suite himself in the Raimi films. I don't have any problem with the direction they went in with this suite. At least they tried to do something different and from the looks of it they did a good job. so take your sarcasm somewhere else.  

AySpergz on May 1, 2012


Too me they did it different because Raimi did it really great and close to the comic. And that is not a reason to make it different to me - different for the sake of different.

Ryderup on May 1, 2012


Uhm, they used materials Pete could use. His eye pieces are from sunglasses, his entire suit is a gymnastics outfit (thats what he used in the comics), his boots are made from runners, and his gloves are... just gloves.

JJ QR on May 1, 2012


Parkour assist gloves...gets your skin close to the pavement without cutting them up....

Jericho on May 2, 2012


I like these posters in the sense that they give me a sense of what the movie will (probably) feel/look like. But as for going on my wall, they are not. As for the costume, I have reservations, but I shall reserve judgement on until I've seen the full movie.

Phillip Gockel on May 1, 2012


What the heck is spidey swinging from? He's above all the skyscrapers, unless his web is attached to an airplane or something.... just saying...

Nathan on May 1, 2012


 Spidey iiiiiiiiin Spaaaaaaaaaaaaace!

Voice of Reason on May 1, 2012


Yes, in the next The Avengers movie.....

David Banner on May 1, 2012


I do hate the way both this and the other one don't seem to have bothered with ya know, laws of physics.

Blargh on May 2, 2012


well the trailer shows the osborn tower as being taller than the other buildings sooooo....

Jericho on May 2, 2012


It's attached to the lameness of this poster.

Max Renn on May 2, 2012


I'm enjoying these newer ones. Other ones seemed to similar to the previous spiderman trilogy. yew!

Nick Sears on May 1, 2012


Fucking vandal man.

Xerxexx on May 1, 2012



Jackmooney9 on May 1, 2012


Why do people keep complaining about the suit? Try to get over it and if you want a bad looking suit that actually looks like someone just sewed it together then watch the Spiderman tv show from the 70s...Now that was some cheesy stuff.

BinaryChaos on May 1, 2012


I'm sure there's a story behind the suit we see in the posters; and that it will be explained. What I am wondering about, is what's with that building Spidey is facing or on in each poster? He also lands on it in the trailer.....

David Banner on May 1, 2012


HAHAHA! These posters really aren't helping. The new costume looks marginally better than WB's Green Lantern. Sony lost me on this one. 

Christopher Batty on May 1, 2012


I've been into the Spiderman series ever since the first one with Toby, ever since I saw Spider-man 3 in theater I was so fucking excited for the 4th to come out just to find out they're remaking it when its been about ten years since the first one. I think they should still make a sequel to the third like they had planned to.

Jordan on May 1, 2012


Dust & Shadows! Go and die with honor spidy! Fuck the previous spidy, mr.Amazing Amazing SuperAmazibg Spidy

Ehsan Davodi on May 2, 2012


I agree with Jordan...I feel they should have still made a Spidey 4 under the original series.  I really enjoyed the characters and almost everything Raimi visioned with his films.  However, I'm not knocking this reboot because it actually looks really good and I'm excited to see this as well.  I like all of the posters, trailers, characters, and everything I've seen thus far.  I'm even looking forward to the movie game.  But one thing I'll say about this poster is I always hated how different producers had Spiderman websling above the buildings.  What's up with that?  LOL!  A better poster would have been of our hero swinging between buildings low enough for you to see New Yorkers facial expressions from amazement.  Or maybe even a poster of Spidey swinging with a dozen police cars and a chopper chasing him, since the cops will think he's a bad guy.  We never see any posters from the lower levels.  Just my thoughts...what do you guys think?

Boss Jones on May 2, 2012


Totally agree but i also hate the posters spoiler! I even don't see any trailer of upcoming movies, I think a good poster always is spiritual poster, I mean a poster that say depth of that movie I agree with you anyway we need different kind of poster not always with same theme But I like this posters too

Ehsan Davodi on May 2, 2012



David Banner on May 2, 2012


Uninspired.  Boring.

Sixmode on May 2, 2012


Nothing amazing about that poster.

Max Renn on May 2, 2012

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