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Originally posted by Umbrax
That is completely different.
What if you were reading that book and someone told you the ending, or a major plot twist?
What if someone revealed to you that Libby and Anna would be killed in lost? That moment would no longer create the feeling that the writer intended. The story would be spoiled.
If it a trailer or official release that is fine. The film makers won’t reveal anything that will ruin the movie for the viewer.
You have your opinion but I won’t allow this thread to ruin this movie for others.
Superhero Hype! spies infiltrated the Hasbro Vault (literally, it was a vault!) at the San Diego Comic-Con Thursday evening and provided a list of the toys that will be on display at the Con starting Friday. Here we go:
- Black Spider-Man
- Regular Spider-Man
- All new sculpts
Sampling of Superhero Squad (looks like Galactic Heroes) included;
- Spider-Man with black suit attacking him
- Transforming Sandman
- Crawling black Spider-Man
- Doc Ock (from Spider-Man 2)
Originally posted by Rasobasi420
I'm betting that Venom doesn't appear in this movie. Eddie Brock will, and the symbiote, but I'm betting they'll save venom for the next one.
A final spin for 'Spider-Man'?
"We've done an amazing job at keeping things fresh," Maguire tells USA TODAY. But, he adds, "it's hard to imagine continuously coming up with stories that deserve to be told. I'm not sure if there are more stories for this character that are interesting enough to be excited about doing more."
Sony Pictures, the distributor for the films, isn't saying either way. And superhero franchises, such as the Hulk, have been pronounced dead, only to resurface under a new director or production company.
But Spider-Man producers concede they haven't looked beyond this installment of the series, which they always viewed as a trilogy.
"We don't have a book we're adapting, like a Lord of the Rings," says Spider-Man producer Laura Ziskin. "It's open-ended. But this could be the last. We've never started on the next movie while we were working on the current one."
"Let's face it, if it weren't for me, this franchise would be called the Human Spider," he said. The video cut to Campbell's scene as the wrestling announcer who shuns Peter Parker's wishes to be called the Human Spider in favor of 'The Amazing Spider-Man!'"
In the second movie, Campbell contests he defeated Spider-Man. The scene is shown where Campbell, as a snippy theater employee, denies a late Peter entrance into Mary Jane's play.
"In the third one, I... you think I'm going to tell you?!" said Campbell. Several quick set shots followed with Campbell clearly playing a restaurant maitre'd.
If you're a fan of Venom, you're not likely to be disappointed.
Originally posted by Umbrax
Protecting a boy?
The footage ended with Topher's Eddie Brock feeling something black and gooey hit his hand--obviously the symbiote--and it cuts to the very first image of the computerized Venom, who looks exactly like he does in the comic book if rendered in 3D, looking straight into the camera with his jaws wide open and drooling. If you're a fan of Venom, you're not likely to be disappointed.