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Old 09-02-2013, 06:01 AM   #84
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Default Re: What would James Cameron's Spider-Man look like?

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Originally Posted by DaCage View Post
I can totally see what you mean. But the thing about Cameron is that he would've made a great Spider-Man movie FOR THE 90's. After Batman and Fobin, things were doomed for superhero movies. I think a darker CBM would've been better for a change. I think his scirpt is a better movie but Raimi's is a better Spider-Man movie. I think that Leonardo Dicaprio as Peter Parker would've been amazing. Better than Tobey and Garfield combined.
I disagree, his script was strong like Sam Raimi's, but once again it was nothing "astounding", if anything Sam Raimi's Spider-Man was the major force that built what the SUperhero genre is today after the Batman & Robin mess, we had Blade and X-Men previously, sure, and X-Men was a major success, being the 9th highest grossing film of 2000, but Sam Rami's Spider-Man was the film that rocked the "genre" and showed that super hero movies could fun and visually close to it's characters and at the same time break records and be a major blockbuster.

Even as a film i find Sam Raimi's script better, it's just more balanced and dark doesn't mean better, and from the around 90% reviews i doubt critics found Sam Raimi's film weak, or hoped another had done it.

As for Leonardo DiCaprio, he would have done well in the role, but at the same he doesn't bring anything new to the role, Tobey Maguire completelly nailed the "puppy face" and "geek" aspect more similar to the classic Peter Parker, while Garfield completelly nailed the teen aspect, something many don't seem to give him credit for just because it wasn't "their Peter Parker".

From the looks of it DiCaprio would have just been the "geeky" Peter Parker but without the actual looks, since it's freakin Leonardo DiCaprio.

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Plenty of male-led action films fail, yet the actors' gender is not blamed. Why should it be different for women? Especially since far more male-led action films are made than female-led action films?
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