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Awesome!!! Suit looks incredible!
Looks like a skinny guy in a Spiderman outfit who may have had too much to drink. I like it!
Looks like a nerd on his way home after coming in second at a “Dress Like Spider-Man” contest at Comic Con.
Can’t believe we’re remaking movies that aren’t 10yrs old.
Ha! Too true.
Sony’s gotta keep those rights!
Don’t be an idiot; it’s not a remake.
Do you consider the new James Bond films to be “remakes” just because they feature the same main character?
Might want to tone down the “idiot” stuff. It is the Spiderman origin story again. Made again. Re-made. Remake. Same character in a variation of the same story. Now who looks like an _ _ _ _ _ ?
Um. K. Is Spiderman walking down the street looking like he just murdered a supermarket full of people really the best route to go with your first promo pic? I’m kinda thinking not.
um, that would be a bald head with a big maniacal grin.
I didn’t see what you saw at all in the pic but your response did make me laugh.
Hips like a girl.
Hips like a girl if that girl had boy hips.
not to mention, his penis looks an inch long in this suit. you’d think they’d provide him with some padding
>>Hips like a girl.<<
Yeah, if my "girl" you mean Calista Flockhart.
No, thank you. I’ll just watch the ones with TM. At least, his face is pointed downward. There’s that.
Looks excellent. Love Garfield.
How does a high school kid make a costume that nice? He must have taken Home Ec.
New meaning to the phase “baby bump.”
Um, does Spider-Man have an eating disorder in this one?
Sure looks kinda skinny for a Superhero. Will the origin story touch on Aunt Mae’s persistent, “Oh, Peter, you would be so handsome if you would lose a few pounds. You want that Mary-Jane to walk home with you, don’t you? Who would walk home with such a fatty? Hmm? Who? Not a pretty girl like that Mary-Jane, that’s who.”
Uncle Ben: “Leave the boy alone, Mae.”
Aunt May: “He gets it from your side of the family, Mr. Lovehandles.”
At least this might explain the fact that Spider-Man is bulimic.
If you don’t know the comics shut up, Spiderman isn’t bulky he’s quite skinny for a superhero.
I see that the remake will continue the thought process of making sure they can get that mask off his face as often as possible, even if he’s leaving his identity exposed to just any old person that happens to be looking.
I don’t like it, but I’m biased by how moronic I think it is to essentially remake a movie from 2002 after 1 great sequel and 1 bad sequel.
I’m recalling Robert Evan’s comments to Warren Beatty about the poster for “Heaven Can Wait.”
what a terrible first image. we cant see his face, which woudl be useful for a guy who is not that well known in middle america.
it’s clear that spiderman gets really beat up too which doesn’t need to be conveyed in the first image.
are they trying here or just running with the first thing approved?
Disaster. Like Garfield though.
the incredible emaciated, 12 year old girl like spiderman!
Ooops – did I write that out loud…?
Well if you go to school dressed like that, you are going to get the crap kicked out of you.
So…he no longer needs to hide his identity in public?
I’m into Garfield and the re-make, just don’t get what they’re trying to communicate with this shot:
“He’s dark-er, so it’s cool-er?” “Look – he gets hurt (scratches), but…er…not really.” “No need to climb buildings or swing from sky-scrapers. Our Spiderman can WALK! At NIGHT!”
this will be terrific. garfield is one of the best young actors out there. great in BoyA and Social Network. i am a huge fan. he will do Backroads after this one. one of the best scripts i have read lately.
Andy looks wicked. Can’t wait to see what he does with it!
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