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Published on July 21st, 2011 | by Culch.ie

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Trailer: The Amazing Spider-Man

This just popped into the inbox.

Squee.

Official-y film spiel:

The film, which is now in production and is being shot entirely in 3D, will be released on July 3, 2012.  The film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field.  The film is directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay by James Vanderbilt and Alvin Sargent and Steve Kloves based on the Marvel Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.  Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad, and Matt Tolmach are producing the Marvel Entertainment production for Columbia Pictures.

Whoop. Can’t wait.

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9 Responses to Trailer: The Amazing Spider-Man

  1. Emlyn says:

    Looks good i think, and they’re trying to go at it from a different angle to the Sam Raimi films (the first two were great, the last one wasn’t so). I like Andrew Garfield and Marc Webb’s last film 500 Days, so really looking forward to this. And the new villian 😉 Cool.

  2. Peter says:

    I still do not see any point at all in having yet another spiderman movie/reboot. The last lot were so recent I have really no desire to see this in the cinema. As a completionist and a super-hero fan I’ll get it on DVD but that is about it.
    My only reason for perhaps looking at this is if they link it into the whole cinematic marvel universe in someway

  3. Emlyn says:

    Agree with you Pete on the whole too soon reboot, though i would not be surprised if it is timed to go along with what Marvel is currently doing. For myself, i’m going by the director, actor and obviously good reviews as factors for seeing it. The 3D would put me off (i regreted seeing the final Harry Potter in 3D as it darkened the picture), though i imagine any 3D shots of swinging through Manhatten would be aided by the effect. Personally though, I would like to see the back of 3Db – it’s just a gimmick…though that’s another topic 😉

  4. Tony McD says:

    Completely agree that it’s too soon. Essentially seeing the same suit flying through New York in a very similar-looking style to Raimi’s (I mean, how many different kinds of vertiginous swoop-shots are possible?) seems completely pointless. Also I think that the first Spiderman that Raimi did was pretty good at unravelling the origin story or Spiderman, what’s the new interpretation going to add?

    Althoiugh all these questions will basically be the reason I go to see it.

  5. Bngr says:

    worse than the ‘too soon’ argument is the 3D nightmare. Why oh why do they insist on torturing us with 3D hell.

  6. Emlyn says:

    @ Bngr – i hear you there! What really annoys also is that all the 2D versions of 3D films are now usually shown in the smallest screens and the least amount of times per day – in other words, if you don’t see the 3D film then haha, you’re gonna get the worst showing. Ridiculous (and slightly worrying if 3D continues).

  7. Emlyn says:

    @ Bngr – i hear you there! What really annoys me also is that all the 2D versions of 3D films are now usually shown in the smallest screens and the least amount of times per day – in other words, if you don’t see the 3D film then haha, you’re gonna get the worst showing. Ridiculous (and slightly worrying if 3D continues).

  8. Emlyn says:

    And sorry for the double post!! :O

  9. Bngr says:

    Its true. Went to see Transformers 2D recently in a shoebox screen & Cptn America 2D was in 6th biggest screen as opposed to No. 1 for 3D version.

    Cinemas make a mint on the glasses. They charge you the €2 extra regardless of whether you need glasses or not

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