Amazing Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield, Peter Parker

11 New Amazing Spider-Man 2 High Resolution Photos

Amazing Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man, Oscorp

11 new high-resolution promotional photos for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 out today from Sony.  A lot of these seem to be from the second trailer; some just flat-out promotional images.  All look extremely cool as has everything for the Spidey sequel.  The first AMS grew on me, but I’m completely onboard for this sequel and the large arc growing to a war between Spider-Man and the Sinister Six.  Enjoy and  count down the days to Marc Webb’s sequel when it opens on May 2, 2014.
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8 thoughts on “11 New Amazing Spider-Man 2 High Resolution Photos”

  1. The question is, are they leaving Rhino out of the ads because they’re holding back on something cool, or because he didn’t turn out well?

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    1. I think they’re featuring Electro as a rope a dope. I think this is much more an Osborn movie than we’re lead to believe. Rhino’s been in all the trailers. I think he’s a bit player, but the mech suit they have for him has looked fine to me. If you watch the trailer, you can see the Vulture’s wings and Dr. Octopus’ arms in bunkers in Oscorp. I think Electro will be big, but I think they’ve been using him to distract from how big this thing is going to be.

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      1. The Rhino’s mecha suit has been in the ads, but the glimpses are so brief as to not make an impact on your average moviegoer. If he’s not even in the film that much, that presents its own problem. I hope this film is big, and not overstuffed. The Avengers had a hundred different characters in it, but it didn’t have a go-for-broke mentality, because Disney had the confidence that there would be many other MCU films, and other Avengers movies, too. This is what all franchise-building filmmakers need: courage enough to take the time to lay a careful foundation, and confidence enough to always be looking ahead. Usually they’re only looking one film ahead, if that. I really believe that what Disney is doing with the MCU is going to be the model, not just for SW, but for all successful movie franchises in the years to come. Except for the ones based on finite literary works, which will also become more common once the studios figure out how to distinguish the next Hunger Games from last year’s Vampire Academy.

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      2. I honestly stopped being worried about this film the moment I found out they had an arc planned through ASM 4 as well as a Sinister Six film. I think they’re trying to follow the MCU model and build a Spideyverse and Giamatti has said he’s in ASM 3 so I’m a lot more confident about this than I am most blockbusters going in.

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      3. OK… I had forgotten just how far they were planning ahead, or I never knew. It makes me feel better. And in hindsight, of course Giamatti will be in more than one of these movies. If you have Paul Giamatti, you use him.

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      4. Non-sequitor time… they’ve apparently caved. They’ve decided to release Arnofsky’s cut of Noah. And I can definitely see a scenario where this movie turns out to be awesome. I still say it’s going to be a film without much of an audience, but how often does a filmmaker like Arnofsky get a 125 million to make a biblical epic? I’m there on opening night, unless it floods.

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