Amazing Spider Man Trailer
July 23, 2011 by Post Team
Amazing Spider Man Trailer, It is not just a mutant spider bite random new systems of Hollywood Peter Parker in the racetrack superhero. From the trailer of “The Amazing Spider-Man” and preview images Friday’s fan convention Comic-Con, it is clear that something dark and deep is the heart of Peter’s fateful encounter with the spider. It may even be a Spider-Man’s destiny. The images offer glimpses of his natural father of the orphaned child (Campbell Scott), a man wrapped in a mystery that Peter (Andrew Garfield) has to unravel in his youth.
Garfield, co-star Emma Stone and director Marc Webb will not divulge details, but acknowledged that a personal search for Pedro puts on a collision course with the spider whose bite transmits superpowers.
“I love the idea of?? Fate has a hand in the fate of Peter Parker, and not just be a slip and fall,” Garfield said in an interview. “I love the idea of?? What it means to take this symbol.”
Which opens in July 2012, “The Amazing Spider-Man” retains the classic family of Marvel Comics Parker and the three previous blockbusters on the big screen starring Tobey Maguire as Peter. Peter Garfield is raised by his Uncle Ben upright (Martin Sheen) and loving Aunt May (Sally Field).
In the version of Maguire, a school trip took Peter to the lab where the spider that gave him the nip transcendental. In the new film, Peter is on a mission when there is a destination.
“There is much that leads to the spider bite on this,” said Stone. “Not just a field trip. He snuck in for some reason.”
The movie just finished shooting a few weeks ago, but Sony Pictures showed some significant parts of footage to create the transformation of the hero Pedro smear website, along with the mutation of a scientist with one arm (Rhys Ifans), a villain known as the huge green lizard.
Although Scott as the father of Peter appears only briefly, the images indicate that his character is central to the fate of his son.
“This is a guy who goes in search of his father, and he is,” said Webb. “I do not want to get too specific beyond that, but that’s certainly a big part of what the story is, my view on the character of Peter Parker. That is a kind of orphan, I think that’s really interesting to explore. “
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