SPIDERMAN: HOMECOMING trailer

ninerbuff
ninerbuff Posts: 48,399 Member
edited December 2016 in Chit-Chat
This one is done by Marvel Studios instead of Sony.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNE0zRNyXuc


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  • nolan44219
    nolan44219 Posts: 1,221 Member
    Spiderman was my favorite comic as a kid
  • ninerbuff
    ninerbuff Posts: 48,399 Member
    I have the hots for Aunt May.

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  • nolan44219
    nolan44219 Posts: 1,221 Member
    ninerbuff wrote: »
    I have the hots for Aunt May.

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    What tha? Marisa Tomei Aunt May maybe but any regular aunt may... you're a sick man @ninerbuff but I respect your confession
  • DresdenSinn
    DresdenSinn Posts: 665 Member
    38 years of being a Spiderman fan..looking forward to the new film although I'm not really "feeling" it..hopefully they can change that.
  • ninerbuff
    ninerbuff Posts: 48,399 Member
    nolan44219 wrote: »
    ninerbuff wrote: »
    I have the hots for Aunt May.

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    What tha? Marisa Tomei Aunt May maybe but any regular aunt may... you're a sick man @ninerbuff but I respect your confession
    Of course Marisa Tomei Aunt May. I'd just hug the Sally Field and Rosmary Harris Aunt Mays.

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  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,372 Member
    Can't wait for that one! Heck, I can't wait for all the Marvel movies this year.
  • SuperNerd42
    SuperNerd42 Posts: 47 Member
    I'm so glad they aren't rehashing the origin story again. My only fear is that Tony will overpower the story. I feel like Stark can be a good driver for the film, but I hope he doesn't take away from Spidey
  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,372 Member
    They need to stop casting cute, girly teen boys as Spiderman. It's always going to fail. It worked for Tobey Maguire because it was the first attempt and Kirsten Dunst was hot.

    The only good casting here is Marisa Tomei. However, it is not true to the storyline, because Aunt May is quiet WASPish. Since they have taken this liberty with May, they can experiment with spiderman being a troubled teenager a la Henry Cavill with a beard.

    I am frankly sick of Robert Downey's cool iron man. Worked in Iron Man 1. I just don't like seeing him anymore. All Marvel actors are boring barring Helmsworth, Sam Jackson and that Bucky Barnes guy.

    You missed the whole point. The Marvel Cinematic Universe's goal is to make movies of different genres - you have space opera (Guardians of the Galaxy), political/war movies (Captain America), fantasy (Thor)... whatever the Iron Man movies are... they all kinda have their own genre (I honestly don't care for the Iron Man movies, for example). They wanted to get closer to the comics and really do the whole 'young adult/high school' thing with Spiderman - that was the whole point! So of course they were not going to go for a troubled teenager...

    But I love Robert Downey Jr and the Iron Man character, so there. And Tom Hiddleston man. Don't you dish on Tom Hiddleston :p
  • cee134
    cee134 Posts: 33,711 Member
    I'm just glad they aren't re-telling the origin story, again, for the 3rd time.
  • ninerbuff
    ninerbuff Posts: 48,399 Member
    It's funny because when I started collecting in my early teens, the comics I read (Iron Man, Spiderman, Avengers, Xmen, Alpha Flight) didn't have much "dark" content or really any huge personal struggles (with maybe the exception of Tony Stark and his alcoholism) and they just fought villians.
    But into my later teens, the comics got more dark and really went more into the personalities (good and bad) of characters. I slowed down collecting way after that due to schooling and working.

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