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- Geek & Sci-Fi
We admit it, we're making a little light of "The Amazing Spider-Man", if for no other reason than the fact that they're actually rebooting a franchise before the traditional "movie bombs horribly" point and using the guy who directed a musical starring that kid from "3rd Rock", but it is, so far, looking pretty good.
Judging by the number of views on this video, there's a decent chance you may have already seen it, but it hit while I was at Comic-Con and I was so busy <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/comic-con-photo-diary-2011" target="_blank">taking pictures</a> of Slave Leia sideboob and man gunt that I never got a chance to post it.
Rhys Ifans may have been taking his role as the villain in the Amazing Spider-Man a little too seriously yesterday when he showed up to Comic-Con reeking of booze, berating the staff, and insulting America.
The official-official Amazing Spider-Man trailer finally showed up on Yahoo, and what a surprise, it's exactly the same as the <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/07/new-officialer-but-still-bootleg-trailer-for-amazing-spider-man" target="_blank">two</a> <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/07/bootleg-spider-man-avengers-trailers" target="_blank">bootlegs</a> I already posted.
Word on the street is that Sony says this trailer (which first showed up on <a href="http://www.movie-list.com/trailers.php?id=amazingspiderman" target="_blank">Movie-List</a> this morning and quickly jammed their server) still isn't the "official" trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man.
A lot of people like to take a big moral stand on not posting leaked trailers, and I often don't, simply out of the hope the studio will release the official version and I don't have to post it twice.
Between the producers of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, the photographer, the graphic designer, and the entire staff of Entertainment Weekly, you'd think one person would've had one friend who'd played a sport ever in his life that could've warned them that this picture makes both actors look spazzier than a cross-eyed midget with cerebral palsy.
Sony's 3D Spider-Man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man, starring Scarfield and Emma Stone, directed by Marc Webb (HAHA, SPIDER.
This isn't the first batch of photos we've seen from the set of Marc Webb's Spider-man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man.
Sony has released an official picture of Spider-Man in costume from the Spider-Man reboot, along with the announcement of the official title: The Amazing Spider-Man.
The trailer for the latest Spider-Man video game, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, finally goes beyond the traditional spider-tasks we've come to expect from every Spider-Man game (After all, how many times can you beat up a pixelated Green Goblin before it starts getting a little dull.