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The official trailer is here. Can’t tell how good Andrew Garfield will be, or how much Emma Stone will get to do, but I’m still going to be among those first in line.
What do you think?
Okay, I’m finally getting an urge to see this. Loved Raimi’s work in the first two films (the less said about the third, the better), and thought the reboot was another double-dip by the studio. Perhaps, it’s worth checking out. Thanks.
I’ll go see it, because, well…it’s Spider Man, but Garfield doesn’t seem to have the charm that Tobey did. Of course, Emma Stone could make up the difference in spades…. alright, see you there on opening day.
le0—I especially liked Raimi’s work in Spidey 2.
Eric—Yeah, I’m underwhelmed by Garfield in this trailer, but maybe it’s because he’s playing a younger Peter. Spidey’s more interesting to me in his twenties than in his teens.
I’m a sucker for a decent-looking comic book movie. That said, I get so overwhelmed with each different iteration of these stories. I wish someone would really commit to one and see it through, start to finish. But of course I’ll see this. It’s Spiderman. Not sure about hipster Spidey, though.
Have you seen The Avengers preview? I so hope it’s good. I loved the Iron Man flicks (though this mostly may have been because of my boyfriend Bobby D).
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