Two More 'Amazing Spider-Man' Posters Continue to Be Impressive

May 15, 2012
Source: CBM

The Amazing Spider-Man

Yesterday, the four-minute "super preview" for The Amazing Spider-Man showed an impressive action sequence that had the perfect tone and style for the character, and yet still managed to distinguish itself from Sam Raimi's film adaptation. Every bit of footage has been quite impressive, and the posters promoting the film (we've already seen some stellar one sheets) just continue to look sleek and stylish. Now we have two more with the same style as the others, but one poster uses the POV, video game-esque shots that were prominent in the first trailer (and even in the most recent trailer) and the other just looks good.

Here are the two new posters for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man via Comic Book Movie News:

The Amazing Spider-Man Poster - POV

The Amazing Spider-Man Poster - Untold Story

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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Let's reserve the word "impressive" for things that actually leave a long-lasting impression. They look like movie posters.

Mouse on May 15, 2012


 Impressive movie posters...

LEonard on May 15, 2012


Lets reserve the "overly-critical-word-policing" for anywhere else but here.  His use of impressive neither has to be justified or explained as he is the articles writer.  They are impressive.  More so than your comment at least.

Cmcdermid5 on May 15, 2012



Ryan Clemens on May 15, 2012


It's pretty decent...

Agent Kid Society on May 15, 2012


Like in the videogames, where the strings are attached to the sky..

Gunhed on May 15, 2012


I like them. And the spider-shaped streets are always awesome.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 15, 2012


Not that Impressive.

Nathan on May 15, 2012


 Your face is not very impressive.

LEonard on May 15, 2012



Ryan Clemens on May 15, 2012


Ooohhh... You got me good there.

Nathan on May 17, 2012


I like the first one. Gonna watch this just because spideys personality seemed to be very close to the one he shows on the comic book. Other than that im a huge fan of Raimis version.

Dreckent on May 15, 2012


In the comic book Peter Parker was a loser, not just a normal loser but the loser you would want to beat the crap out of. If this isn't portrayed then I have no hope left in marel comic movies. And also if the lizard kills himself like the villain has done in every single spiderman movie in the past I will be pissed!

Ryanjennings65 on May 15, 2012


Killing of the villains is so not needed to have a fulfilling ending.

Ryderup on May 15, 2012


I don't know.. I'm still kinda offended that the remake is being released so soon after to the Raimi trilogy.

JayC on May 15, 2012


I'm with ya brother, but I tried to watch the first Spiderman the other day again, and while I enjoyed it when it was released and thought it was the best film ever, it has not aged well.  I'm looking forward to a more contemporary approach.

peloquin on May 15, 2012


To stay on topic the poster look OK. I agree with Gunhed though.. where the heck are those webs attached to?

JayC on May 15, 2012


Perhaps a helicopter? 😉 the visual of it still looks cool though.

Philj14 on May 15, 2012


geographically, it doesnt make much sense.

Dre on May 15, 2012


Not sure what you mean Dre

Cmcdermid5 on May 15, 2012


But stylistically is makes sense in that they want to get the spider image overlaid on the cityscape for the poster.

Max Renn on May 16, 2012


The first one looks so stupid.

SSJ_Warrior on May 16, 2012


didn't they do the city outline thing in Dark Knight Rises already?

mooreworthy on May 16, 2012


The first looks like an AD for the toy (you know its coming). believe me. Im an Ad men

Guest who? on May 17, 2012


I am looking at the posters right now especially on those web shooters thing. I am guessing on how those shooters can be "clicked" or "pushed" using your finger as they are farther placed on the wrist...

Harlan on Jun 5, 2012

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