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Originally posted by chris01621
Is anybody as dissapointed as me to see Hobgoblin (Harry Osborn) isn't wearing a hobgoblin mask (at least not from what i've seen)???
Originally posted by Umbrax
That was like between the Comic Con trailer and the new trailer that was just released.
Thanks for letting us in on that
Originally posted by JackofBlades
I don't wanna be a killjoy but I also don't wanna get ATS, BTS or even PTS in trouble.
But I should tell y'all that the Guides at the Spider-man forums are saying that THAT trailer is taboo.
So I suggest you visit all those unofficial forums and stuff and get it on the download. Might I recommend SHH, or Ain't It Cool.
If you visit SHH, check out the thread entitled First Look at Venom (because I didn't link straight to the thread I went around the law )
This video has been removed at the request of copyright owner Sony because its content was used without permission
Los Angeles gossip websites Defamer and TMZ.com reported tonight on the highly illegal leakage of an unfinished trailer for "Spider-Man 3." The trailer, which can as of this writing be seen on Defamer and Google Video, features new footage and incomplete special effects shots from the hotly anticipated Sam Raimi film, including a finished, crystal clear shot of the film's version of Venom.
The trailer was apparently rejected by Sony Pictures and thusly not finished, although its origins are betrayed by the Ant Farm watermark, which can be seen prominently throughout the video. An award winning trailer-cutting house, Ant Farm explained to TMZ.com that both they and Sony Pictures do not believe the leak came from their company. Indeed, after a trailer is created, copies travel through a complex network of industry offices, making it impossible to guarantee security with any real certainty. Unfortunately for Sony, even if the thief is caught and prosecuted, it's unlikely that in the age of viral video, they'll ever be able to fully reign in the illegal distribution of the unfinished trailer.