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The Amazing Spider-Man: Official New Title and Andrew Garfield in Full Spider-Man Suit

The Amazing Spider-Man: Official New Title and Andrew Garfield in Full Spider-Man Suit

Thompson on Hollywood

Not to raise expectations, but that previously untitled Spider-Man reboot that is currently shooting with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone has landed an uninspired official name based on one of the franchise’s long running comic books: The Amazing Spider-Man — not to be confused with any other less amazing Spider-Man movie that has come before. The film, directed by Marc Webb from a script by James Vanderbilt and Alvin Sargent will be released entirely in 3-D on July 3, 2012.

Sony also released their latest full-body image of Andrew Garfield (who lost the supporting actor BAFTA Sunday to Geoffrey Rush) in his Spidey regalia. Again, it doesn’t seem rockingly new.

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Comments

RealDogBoy

“The film… will be released entirely in 3-D on July 3, 2012. ”

Does that mean that it will not be available in 2-D?

GL

This post is less inspiring than I thought. Come on, the second Spider Man with Maguire was pretty decent. The first one was a great starter, though I have to say the last one was a sad horrible ending to the franchise. I have good feelings about this, come on this is entertainment, we don’t need to be pretentious just because it is a super hero and not some Black Swan or Winter’s Bone of some sorts.

Sean

Sophia, the title references the longest-running Spidey book, making it a perfect nod to Spidey’s rich history. It’s the equivalent of referencing the Dark Knight in a Batman title. Fans will love it. You probably should let someone who actually reads comics write the next Spider-Man post for TOH!

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