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If you are a comic superhero fan, this week proves to be the best time in your life. With The Avengers starts to roll its curtain around the United States to join the rest of the world, Warner Bros capitalizes the opportunity by sneaking a third trailer for the equally anticipated 'The Dark Knight Rises'. Now Sony Pictures is doing the same by placing their summer tentpole 'The Amazing Spider-Man' along the others. The third trailer has debuted online for which you can view right after the jump.
The new trailer teases around the darker tune of the franchise which took a controversial turnout two years ago with the reboot button been pushed. The outcome of this movie should establish a newer version of Spider-Man which follows the comic more than Sam Raimi's version and what's more important, a younger and more energetic one pumped by director Marc Webb.
The latest images from the trailer should by now squashed almost all of skepticism shredding the movie when the cheesy trailer has failed to do any good in boosting the expectation. However, this change drastically when the first trailer debuted months ago to a very positive reaction. All I can hope now is that what we are seeing or feeling here will translates into a successful product.
Marc Webb directs 'The Amazing Spider-Man' with this 3D presentation will star Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Martin Sheen, Sally Field and more. It will open on July 3, 2012 (in the U.S.) and July 1, 2012 in Malaysia.
For more of this week's superhero mania, check my previous post on The Avengers' review at this link and the trailer for 'The Dark Knight Rises' at this link.