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The (yes!) Amazing (yes!!) Spider-Man (yes!!!).
That’s a superhero movie I want to see. Spider-Man’s swinging around, talking smack, building web shooters.
The trailer itself is more entertaining than all three of the Sam Raimi flicks, which never worked for me because I thought Tobey Maguire was completely miscast in the Spider-Man role.
This time the role goes to 28-year-old Andrew Garfield, last seen in The Social Network.
The villain in The Amazing Spider-Man is The Lizard, who’s never appeared in any of the films.
And the love interest is Gwen Stacy instead of Mary Jane Watson. That’s fortunate because I never liked the casting (or the wig) of Kirsten Dunst in the Raimi movies.
What are your thoughts on the trailer? Will you be in line when The Amazing Spider-Man hits theaters July 3.
Check out Holly Madison in her ballerina outfit.
The ‘Peepshow’ star suited up in a custom-made tutu that she’ll wear during a Dec. 17 guest appearance at the Nevada Ballet Theatre’s production of “The Nutcracker.” Read more
Photo Credit: Denise Truscello
Here’s the second group of new posters for The Avengers. Tell us what you think on MORE’s Facebook page.
Avengers Assemble! New posters of earth’s mightiest heroes went online today, adding to the hype over next summer’s super-powered blockbuster.
Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddelston, Jeremy Renner and Scarlett Johansson star in the film, which hits theaters May 4.
What do you think? Can The Avengers break box office records? Surely it will be better than Green Lantern, right?
Hollywood hits, now in 3-D! Is this really necessary?
With nearly every major flick hitting theaters in 3-D, movie studios are now looking at converting older movies to the format.
George Lucas has already announced new Star Wars films in 3-D for 2012, and today the poster for the 3-D version of Titanic went online.
But are audiences willing to pay double the price to see a movie they’ve already seen (and might own on DVD) in theaters, again?