If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Today we have two brand new posters from Sony Pictures 'The Amazing Spider-Man', directed by Marc Webb and starring Andrew Garfield as the titular wallcrawler. While the first trailer went a long way towards relieving some of the "anti-reboot" people (and you know who you are), I can't help but feel like the company is severely dropping the ball in the print department. Sure, both posters have Spider-Man on them but can't we get something a little more original? The first poster at least tried to take a new route, but these are nothing we haven't seen before. Really? A shot of Spidey with something reflected in his eyepieces? Spidey posing above a city street? If this reboot is going to be taken as seriously as the company is hoping, they're going to have to start showing us something new and unique.
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We also have the international version of the first trailer, which has a few extra shots and features more scenes with Peter Parker's parental figures, Uncle Ben (Martin Sheen) and Aunt May (Sally Field):
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