Hey, Andrew Garfield! We all know you’re filming the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man so we have to ask: is this your stunt double? If not, why isn’t he?
It’s not to say the wire work your current stunt guy is probably doing isn’t impressive already, but this, this is just really cool. Just watch as he flies across the air, doing moves that wouldn’t be out of place in the cartoons themselves.
The only thing missing, though, are the jokes. The best part about the current Spider-Man is that he’s actually funny. We need a little sass every now and again from the guy who seems to have the world on his shoulders.
The popular bad lip read strikes again! The Amazing Spider-Man is the latest victim of the famous YouTube viral series, where it takes scenes from a movie and dub over with what they think their lips are saying. It’s actually kind of scary how the actor that dubs over Andrew Garfield sounds almost like him.
According to the lip dub, Peter can apparently free style and accidentally tells Gwen that he thinks her wooden leg is gross. He also ate her pig and feathered duck, Ruffles and Mr. Peaches (I almost bursted out in laughter here). Either way, bad move, Peter. These videos are so on point, it’s just too awesome not to watch.
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With great power comes endless rebooting of rehashed material, at least according to Screen Junkies. So many people were demanding it, that Honest Trailers decided to take on The Amazing Spider-Man, the movie that absolutely NO ONE demanded but that Sony had to do to retain the rights to the character.
The honest depiction of the movie? It follows a likeable, stuttering stalker who easily walks into a high security lab and gets bitten by a radioactive spider. Then he’s forced to take on a villain with the most stereotypical origin story in superhero history and happens to be very important to Peter Parkers life.
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Okay, so we’ve figured out something that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are actually bad at. Singing. But that’s okay because the duo in The Amazing Spider-Man (out July 3) don’t care that they’re not in tune and their harmonies are off. Plus, they just want to get the message across: SEE OUR MOVIE.
Stone and Garfield, who are actually dating in real life (d’aw), play Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker in the movie. They sang the song on German TV and though it’s mostly English, they threw in some German to mix it up.
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We get a better look at The Lizard in the third trailer for Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man.” Not only is Peter Parker (played by Andrew Garfield) fighting small crimes like robberies but he’s got 500 cops to dodge. Oh yea, and then there’s The Lizard.
This is exactly the type of high-action trailer that gets me riled up for the release on June 13. However I agree with some fans that Marvel reveals too many of the movie’s “golden moments.” When an unthreatening robber pulls out a small knife, Peter keels over and says: “You found my weakness. It’s small knives!” Sure it’s hilarious, but the line would have gotten a huge laugh in the theatre — if we hadn’t seen it already.
Other than that the film joins The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers as a superhero movie I’m actually excited to see this summer — especially after the disappointing bombs we’ve seen lately.
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