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    July 20, 2011


    Similarly to what happened to the teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, the new teaser trailer for Sony Pictures' upcoming summer blockbuster The Amazing Spider-Man has received plenty of online leaks over the last couple of days before we have one legitimate teaser uploaded online. The teaser trailer for your web-slinging friendly neighborhood superhero is now available; for which you can view after the jump. My next argument will be how much it positions itself to be whole lot different from Sam Raimi's version just a decade ago?

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    The teaser trailer is no doubt looks mediocre despite been a smaller version of what we have seen from Sam Raimi’s version. The tone of the trailer feels darker and intense from the previous version. Unfortunately, the only argument I would like to point out is that despite all those great set up scenes, one can say that it has a very similar origin story to the Sam Raimi's version. In this new teaser, we have some insight stories in regards to the difficulty of the young Peter Parker growing up without his parents. There are equally concerns on other issues like how he is socially awkward to fit himself into the adolescent and school society, as well as been a geek and eventually, how he got himself ‘practically’ bitten up by a radioactive spider.

    After all, it is a reboot and retelling the origin story of Spider-Man is indeed a selling point for roughly 100 seconds of the trailer. Another 40 seconds are spent on what appears to be first-person video game footage. All out of its best, the teaser looks mediocre and does not give away much details on Gwen Stacy (played by Emma Stone) and villain Dr Curt Connors aka Lizard-Man (Rhys Ifans).

    For now, we hope the next official trailer will discover more about the trailer. The last thing I want from this new movie is another attempt of rewriting the origin story of the character. The set up made by Sam Raimi in the 2001 original film was already in proper place and highly regarded to be a great superhero movie of all time. Yes, there are plenty of elements altered for this one so keep our fingers crossed.

    The new Spidey movie is arriving into the cinemas on 3 July 2012 in the United States and worldwide. The movie starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Denis Leary and is directed by 500 Days of Summer’s fame, Marc Webb.

    [SOURCE: Slash Film]
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