Links Away: Donald Glover Addresses The World's Spider-Man Concerns

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*If this turns out to be the actual final trailer, I will eat my own butt. Not really gonna sell this "final" trailer too much, because the nice thing about the Hunger Games and Jennifer Lawrence is that they pretty much sell themselves. We just provide them a forum. As you've probably gleaned from the 21,000 trailers since the Comic-Con premiere, we've got an angry Katniss leading a revolution against The Capitol. We've got a posthumous Phillip Seymour Hoffman making a heartbreaking appearance, and we've got Donald Sutherland being So. Upset. By. These. Damn. Rebels. You're going to see the movie. Maybe on opening night. Probably opening night. Go see the movie opening night. You're not doing anyone any favors by being contrarian. (THR)


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