Joined March 30th, 2010
For God's sake...A trilogy? Enough already. Paul is gone and 8th is already way too stretching it.
This movie is so pointless. They should just stop with the 7th while they are on their top of their game. But of course that won't happen.
Start moving things faster please. Thanks.
The more brutal, the better.
I say good riddance. This guy, as nice as he may be as a person, literally butchered the character along side with the director and executives. The series failure was certain from day 1 since the studio clearly had no idea what to do with this character and where they were heading with it.
Smith passed on ID sequels for this?
Good! Enough with the remakes/reboots already. They're just ruining the good impression the original had. If it ain't broken, no need to fix it.
Smith made a stupid decision skipping this for his greed. This is the film that basically put him on the map and completely opened his career. It's not like he is in such great status right now after a flop like "After Earth" and the mediocre "Focus."
Isn't that a complete overkill? They should stop with the 7th film. But who am I kidding? for 1.5 billion, they will just keep going on and on until nobody is interested to watch this series any longer.
Still upset that "Spider-Man 4" didn't happened. Such a dumb call by Sony, that cost them a lot with both mediocre and fails that were "TASM" 1 & 2.
Well, what's wrong with keeping things as they should be?
Haha, I love this.
That's awesome! Marvel is a good sport. It's refreshing to see.
Loved the 1st one. Will be watching the 2nd one.
They're really trying to force this terrible reboot on us, huh?
A terrible lose for the industry. He will be remembered and missed.
It looks like a fan-made poster....
That's actually not a bad choice.
Dumb move. He should join the two Independence Day sequels.
The first two Spider-Man films are the best "Spider-Man" films and two of the best in genre's history. Disney won't change that, they can only add more great films to this genre, but both of these films are simply the top notch of comic book adaptations. Same goes to X-Men 1, 2, DOFP and First Class. Who are simply remarkable and with all the love, I doubt Disney/Marvel could have done a better job.