Trailer fill with quick-witted comebacks, and there is this lizard…thingy?
Sony Pictures just launched a new trailer for The Amazing Spider man in the wee-hours of the morning after featuring sneak-peeks of the film in theaters world-wide, debuting in New York, LA, Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Mexico City, Moscow, Rio, Rome, Seoul, Sydney, and Tokyo.
But folks…seriously? Is there truly something in the trailer that we all haven’t seen before? Heck yes! This time, instead of Peter Parker’s boss J. Jonah Jameson at the Daily Bugle featuring the web crusader on the cover of his newspaper with exaggerated, entirely false headlines to sell newspapers; in the again ‘re-booted’ Spider-man, the police take him on instead, treating him like a menace to society.
Now, what’s annoying it seems that ‘Spidey’ has been blessed with a sense of humor that wasn’t apparent in Sam Raimi’s adaptations of the film, but are and admired feature in the Spider-Man comics. It is apparent from the trailer, that this isn’t Raimi’s Spider-Man and director Marc Webb is putting out a few surprises this go round, for everyone.
To quote prior my negative response to the first Amazing Spider Man trailer which premiered in July 2011:
“So far, director Marc Webb seemingly has a handle on what he would like to consider as the Spider-Man: origins story? I find myself again asking this question: how many times will we see a ‘re-boot’ of a re-boot? Now, I’m not saying this film will suck…not in the least–well maybe it will, however, considering what I’ve seen in the teaser trailer below gave me enough reason to pause.”
This time, I am interested to see this film, and it has nothing to do with Andrew Garfield looking spectacular and who is a perfect choice as Spider-Man. But this film feels overall different. The film looks as if it will be more “character driven” versus “action driven” as in the previous films. Impressive character builds are what I truly look for and desire to see in movies–and not the overly nauseating banging, bashing, and explosions teeming from every angle of the screen. In addition, we get to see Dennis Leary doing what he does best in his sharp, quick witted, comedic style; Emma Stone, as Peter Parker’s love-interest; and more importantly, Ryan Ifans as Dr. Curtis Connor, and as the Lizard, along with Peter Parker playing his part in his creation.
Not only that, it’s a freaking 3D trailer! How cool is that?
Enjoy THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 3D – Official Trailer
Source: The Hollyood Reporter
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