Our Best Look Yet At The Lizard In New 'Amazing Spider-Man' Trailer

Almost looks TOO real. Almost looks too realistic. Y'know? (via Topless Robot)

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Get to know Peter Parker all over again. [post-album postid="217572" item="1"]Sony's teaser for The Amazing Spider-Man has leaked in advance of Comic-Con. Much like comic book and movie lovers probably did upon viewing the trailer. Overall, it looks like a somewhat darker look at the webslinger. Here, Andrew Garfield's Peter is portrayed as more of a sensitive loner than Tobey Maguire's total nuuurd take on the character. It's a little light on the action but we are privy to a bridge shot where something (most likely the Lizard) is throwing cars into the air with ease as well as a Spidey POV shot as he swings from Manhattan rooftops which looks like a really cool video game intro. Let's hope those effects aren't slated to appear in the final film.


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Peter Parker Gets Inverted For 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Trailer

Let me guess, he's a misunderstood hero in this one? Fans of bombast and urban acrobatics rejoice! Andrew Garfield, dressed up like a young Peter Parker, returns for the final trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, coming May 2 in glorious Imax 3D. This time around, we will see the familiar (cinematic swoops through buildings, big falls, and 3D-friendly shots) and some new(er) villains in Electro (Jaime Foxx) and Henry Osborn (Dane DeHaan). Let's hope that this one is a winner, as it's supposedly laying the groundwork for several Avengers-style spinoffs, and those things could get tedious if they start off on the wrong foot.


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You only thought you knew the origin of Spider-Man... Not to be outdone in the week that brings us a final Dark Knight Rises trailer and the release of The Avengers, Sony is back with another trailer for this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man. Here we're pulled into Peter Parker's world as he web-slings high about the streets of.... Neo-Tokyo? I guess that's the super-slick Hollywood version of New York City. Filmed on location in the Neon Skyscraper District. In addition to the action, we're also given a glimpse of the mystery. Who is that raspy-voiced, shadowy figure demanding to know if Dr. Curt Connors told Peter the truth about his father. Is it Norman Osborne? Peter's dad?? Denis Leary after a heavy smoking day??? All will be revealed when The Amazing Spider-Man opens in theaters on June 30th.


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The Super Bowl showed us more than just robots, superheroes, pirates, aliens, topless Olivia Wilde, and douchebags. It also showed us which programs Fox hopes they won't have to cancel this fall. Dinosaurs, man. What if? That's the question that Steven Spielberg wants to ask (again). The Super Bowl showed us more than just robots, superheroes, pirates, aliens, topless Olivia Wilde, and douchebags. It also showed us which programs Fox hopes they won't have to cancel this fall. The network has teamed up with Spielberg to produce "Terra Nova," a show that sends a family 85 million years into the past to find the key to rebuild a deadened Earth. What they find instead are the leftovers from the Avatar set that James Cameron didn't have the heart to scrap. Waterfalls, rainforest, and Stephen Lang. But he may be playing a good guy this time as evidenced by his beard. All the best people throughout history had beards -- Darwin, Abraham Lincoln, Santa, Steven Spielberg, Kenny Rogers, writers during the Writers Strike, and your uncle who is perpetually struggling to get his landscaping business off the ground. You'll get there Uncle Mike. Just keep pruning. Just keep pruning.


'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Teaser Is Here

Yay? In case you weren't in Times Square for New Year's Eve a couple nights ago, have no fear, we've got the Spider-Man teaser that premiered to the crowd there. So you can have the same experience as all those mouth-breathing tourists who herd themselves into the most crowded, obvious terrorism target in the world. As an aside, how odd is that the "treat" that the attendees received was essentially a commercial for a movie? Thy could have at least shown those Anchorman Dodge ads.


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