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    Breaking News
    Thursday, December 5, 2013

    ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ Debuts First Trailer  
      Sony Picture has released the first trailer for the highly-anticipated “Amazing Spider-Man 2.” The film brings back Andrew Garfie…  
     
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    DamianWayne
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    #121945

    Looks like a video game.

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    babypook
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    Lol.

    I wasnt a big fan of the reboot but that wont stop me from seeing this in the theatres. Really like the cast additions.

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    #121947

    Meh. The action looks good but I’m hoping the dialogue is just bad trailer editing.

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    The cast had great chemistry in the reboot. First half of the movie was great because of that, then it turned into a incomprehensible CGI-stuffed mess that I couldn’t wait to see end. Hopefully the sequel doesn’t go the same route but this trailer sure makes it look like it will.

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    Well they had better give “Gwen Stacy” a personality this time or I’ll ask Katniss to kick her ass.

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    #121950

    I thought Gwen Stacy in TASM had more personality than Katniss in both of the HG films.

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    I thought Gwen Stacy in TASM had more personality than Katniss in both of the HG films.

    That’s wonderful for you. For me, she’s “there” to remind us all that the S-Man is heterosexual and that she has a dad. I expect that to change.

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    Maybe they’ll kill her off like they do in the comics. Green Goblin is one of the villains after all.

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    Maybe they’ll kill her off like they do in the comics. Green Goblin is one of the villains after all.

     LOL! I think the first one made too much money to say goodbye to Gwen just yet.

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    Maybe they’ll kill her off like they do in the comics. Green Goblin is one of the villains after all.

    Probably in the 3rd outing. I think they’re only setting Green Goblin up in this one, and then Gwen Stacy will bite the dust in the next. If they do kill her in this one, it’ll be a big surprise that they were willing to go there so soon. 

    I’m glad the cast is all returning. I really loved Garfield as Peter Parker/Spidey, and I also loved Emma as Gwen Stacy. They have great chemistry, and I look forward to watching them again with the new cast additions (DeHaan!).    

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    I absolutely hate the CGI and how visible and evident it is. in my opinion Marc Webb should take a break from spiderman (i know it won’t happen) and focus on that movie that he’ll do with Logan Lerman.

    With that said I love the cast (Dane DeHaan is such a star, god) and everything but the action scenes look good. I hope it’s better than the previous one.

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    Final ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Trailer Lands (VIDEO)


    March 19, 2014 | 08:23AM PT


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    Sony’s final trailer for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ has been released, promising plenty of action and intrigue.

    The trailer has come out a month before the movie’s  April 18 launch in the U.K.  and six weeks before its May 2 opening in the U.S.

    The trailer offers focus on Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) dealing with two key characters — trying to make his relationship with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) work and fending off the film’s archvillain Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) as the Green Goblin.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=DlM2CWNTQ84

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    Final ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Trailer Lands (VIDEO)


     

      March 19, 2014 | 08:23AM PT


    Film Reporter@Variety_DMcNary

    Sony’s final trailer for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ has been released, promising plenty of action and intrigue.

    The trailer has come out a month before the movie’s  April 18 launch in the U.K.  and six weeks before its May 2 opening in the U.S.

    The trailer offers focus on Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) dealing with two key characters — trying to make his relationship with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) work and fending off the film’s archvillain Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) as the Green Goblin.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=DlM2CWNTQ84

    This actually looks really awesome. I enjoyed the last one quite a bit, though it certainly had it’s flaws, but this one looks much more fun, and Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker/Spider-Man looks to be much truer to the comics than any previous versions put to film.  

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    ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Early Reviews: Does it Swing or Fall Flat?

    Movies | By on April 9, 2014 @ 11:15 am Follow @brentalang             

     

    Critics weigh-in on Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone’s return to the world of the web-spinner

    Will the second time be the charm when it comes to “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”?

    Sony Pictures’ follow-up to its 2012 reboot doesn’t land in U.S. theaters until May 2, but audiences in Europe are beginning to get a look at the wall-crawler’s latest adventure (the better to steer clear of this summer’s World Cup).

    Initial notices were mixed — Some reviewers complained that the picture is bloated and charmless, while others praised stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone’ for their romantic chemistry and lauded the action sequences.

     

    The film finds Spider-Man/Peter Parker facing off against Electro (Jamie Foxx) and the Green Goblin (Dane DeHaan), while fending off the Rhino (Paul Giamatti) for good measure. It’s an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach to franchisefranchise building that hints at future sequels and spin-offs, some reviewers noted.

     

    One piece of criticism that had Sony Pictures’ public relations team reaching for the Tums, was Oliver Lyttelton’s evisceration of the film. The Playlist critic slapped the picture with a D rating, grousing that it made him consider avoiding future Spider-Man films like the plague. From an over-stuffed plot to scenery-chewing performances, nothing escaped Lyttelton’s withering gaze.

    “The sequel, hitting less than two years after the first (and respectively, two and four years before the already-scheduled third and fourth films, not to mention the ‘Sinister Six’ and ‘Venom’ spin-offs that are in the works) doesn’t just double down on what didn’t work in the first film, it manages to undo some of the good qualities of the original as well,” Lyttelton wrote. ”The result is a film that kicks off the summer blockbuster season with a resounding thud.”


    Lyttelton’s review was savage, but David Edwards’ assessment may have been even worse.

    In a take-down of the sequel, the Daily Mirror critic evoked “Batman & Robin,” the fanboy nightmare responsible for fever dream visions of George Clooney in a nipple-accentuating bat suit.

    “Shortly after wrapping ‘Batman & Robin’ its star, George Clooney, turned to director Joel Schumacher and quipped, ‘I think we might have killed the franchisefranchise,’” Edwards wrote. “I wonder if Andrew Garfield said the same thing after watching the finished print of this squished spider of a superhero sequel.”


    Simon Reynolds at Digital Spy had some qualms with the film, hinting that commercialism dwarfed creativity at times, but he nevertheless seemed to enjoy the latest cinematic chronicle of costumed vigilanteism.

    “Peter’s past, present and future all intertwine in a sequel that offers bang for your buck,” Reynolds wrote. “That said, you can’t help feel the franchisefranchise bean counters at work here thanks to all the ominous foreshadowing and unresolved character arcs. Too many cooks and all that…”

    The Guardian’s Tim Robey was left cold by Foxx’s Electro, but he had no trouble feeling the heat between Garfield and Stone.

    “They light the film up with a sparkle and sadness it couldn’t live without,” he wrote.

    It’s hard to escape the feeling of deja vu, Guy Lodge of Variety wrote, noting that round two of Spidey’s adventures arrives with barely a break between Sam Raimi’s earlier trilogy. Yet, he did imply that the teenage hero was still good for a few more adventures.

    Also read: ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Sneak Peek: Electro Destroys Times Square, Teams With Green Goblin

    “Continuing Peter Parker’s investigation of his shady family history while serving up a brace of villains — one more familiar than the other — for him to contend with, this bloated but enjoyable outing will pull in enough crowds to justify Sony’s reluctance to relinquish this heavily built-up creative property,” Lodge wrote.

    Perhaps the most enthusiastic reaction to Spider-Man’s latest mission to save Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs from disaster belonged to The Guardian’s Xan Brooks. Despite the familiar material, he lauded director Marc Webb for finding ways to make it feel fresh and for crafting pure popcorn thrills.

    “‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ seems to know exactly what it’s doing,” Brooks wrote. “Webb’s film is bold and bright and possesses charm in abundance. It swings into the future and carries the audience with it.”

    Get ready for round 3 (or 6, depending on who’s counting).

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