Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Prime17, Feb 10, 2015.
i'm so happy Ganke is in this.
I assume it's Ganke, right?
Just realized where this was filmed, I'm there every September for Dragon con
That's the Marriot in Atlanta.
Based on his characterization no doubt, but apparently it's future husband of Betty Brant, and Hobgoblin patsy Ned Leeds.
The Vulture looks pretty sweet, and he's played by Michael Keaton. So yeah, this will be fun.
......Realizing where that was filmed, I now have horrible picture in my head of some stupid Cosplayer bungie jumping in a vulture costume at the Marriot. It would be worse than the Gwar incident that got Dragoncon banned at one of the hotels for two years.
Tony is keeping ( or trying ) to keep Peter off the Radar, ala the accords. He is gonna handle small to mid level thugs. Spidey will probably save the day, but Iron Man will need to take credit for it to further protect Spidey.
Also notice how the Vulture's mask kinda looks the same as the IM Shotgun Armor?
And Happy Hogan is back!
But surely Tony should be pushing for spidey to sign up as he's the one who pushed for the accords. Is he being a hypocrite again?
They seem to have hit on a good peter parker though - not as dull/emotionless as Tobey Maguire and not as 'cool' as Garfield.
My interest is piqued.
To be fair, Tony found out the hard way how hard it is to operate on your own because of the Accords in CW, so he's probably seeing them as a huge mistake now.
This will be interesting. I hope the trailer reflects the movie. Because if they don't get the high school part right, this could be a very blah movie.
This. I'm getting a little bored with the "Tony Stark Show" version of the MCU, frankly.
Beyond that, though, I liked the trailer, myself.
Welcome home Spider-Man!!!
That was great. I loved every second. It's clear to me that that boat scene is an attempt to top the train scene from Spider-Man 2.
Keaton makes for a pretty intimidating Vulture. He'll be great. But will he break the Marvel villain curse?
And RDJ, I'm always up for more, really working the mentor angle good. And I love seeing a shiny new Iron Man suit. In this case, Mark XLVII.
I thought both trailers were great. And I actually do prefer this version of Spidey, High School Spidey, where he's just a kid cracking wise at would be thugs. I wonder though where the crooks at the ATM get that fancy machinery to break into the machine. Toomes perhaps? Stolen Stark tech? Hammer Industries?
You can definitely feel Marvel's presence.
I loved Sam Raimi's first 2 SM films.
I loved Mark Webb's 1st SM film.
So far I'm digging this.
I wasn't that impressed with the trailers. Honestly I could take it or leave it. We've had 5 Spider-Man movies already, so how is this going to be any different other than it's set in the MCU.
That was a very spectacular and enjoyable trailer.
Holland's Spider-Man seems to have done a great job of mixing the 616 Spider-Man (nerdy outcast who steps up to be a hero) with the Ultimate Spider-Man (frustrated teen with quips).
Michael Keaton is the best part of the trailer, being a cross of his Batman and Founder roles. That suit looked pretty awesome too.
First Look At Marvel Legends Vulture Action Figure From SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Shows Off The Suit
RDJ is okay, not too much in the film which works best I think.
This looks like it will be a great Spidey film and a great MCU film.
By being well written. It doesn't have to do anything new, it just has to be good.
I don't understand why so many people expect every new Marvel movie to break new ground. What happened to movies just being good and entertaining?
Nothing makes people happy anymore.
Looking pretty good to me.
It's funny, I thought I was getting tired of RDJ's Stark, but I'm actually glad he's in this. Also, love the look of that Vulture design.
Trailer delivered on what I was hoping for. Looks to be the perfect MCU version of what we hope from the web-head. And some may complain, but I really like Stark's inclusion in the story.
Vulture looks cool but he looks more like Firefly from the Arkham games than the Vulture. Not a complaint, just an astute observation.
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