Amazing Spider-Man Trailer
Published: May 5, 2012
Amazing Spider-Man Trailer, Not about to be outdone by the theatrical release of Marvelâ€™s The Avengers (read our review) â€“ with Warner Bros.â€™ third Dark Knight Rises trailer tagging along â€“ Sony has gone ahead and unveiled a third (and final?) trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man, a controversial revamping of the webslinger movie franchise.
The latest theatrical promo for Andrew Garfieldâ€™s debut as Peter Parker will also be attached to Avengers prints. But even armed with some fantastic 3D effects, plus a potpourri of classic and modernized elements from the comics, can this Spider-Man reboot really go toe-to-toe with this summerâ€™s superhero movie juggernauts?
Judging by this latest trailer: Amazing Spider-Man should at least put up a pretty dang good fight, as far as justifying Sonyâ€™s decision to reboot the franchise goes.
The darker color palette and 3D visuals shown here look overall quite crisp, even without the benefit of the big screen â€“ though, much like the latest Dark Knight Rises trailer, this Amazing Spider-Man footage will clearly benefit from being viewed in a theater (especially in 3D). Much of that also holds true for the filmâ€™s version of The Lizard, who comes off as a pretty solid CGI/motion-capture creation.
Similarly, itâ€™s fun to see Garfield playing a version of Peter Parker that feels truer to the character so many comic book readers have fallen in love with over the years â€“ be it his mad science skills, trash-talking his foes when he dons the Spidey costume, or seeming more like a genuine modern-day teenager when spending time with his girl Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) and her family.
What new hints are provided of the filmâ€™s â€śuntold storyâ€ť (re: the disappearance of Peteâ€™s biological parents and their connection to Oscorp) are not only intriguing, but also allude to a greater mythology than can be covered in one movie.
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