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Old 03-01-2013, 03:31 AM   #101
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What does that have to do with The Goblin?

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Old 03-01-2013, 05:51 AM   #103
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Old 03-01-2013, 06:30 AM   #105
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So in TASM the scene where he's walking through school after Uncle Ben's death is a scene that makes me cry and it's the saddest and deepest scene I've ever seen in a movie...I feel a real connection in that scene. So what do you guys think will be a deep emotional scene in this film? I'm thinking Peter just breaking down and getting stressed out crying about his and Aunt Mae's struggle would be pretty deep.
Nah, if he cries about his and Aunt Mays struggle people will just say man up and do something about it. I don't make ends meet, am not as good looking and a genius, date a hot blonde and have amazing powers on top of all that.

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Old 03-01-2013, 06:59 AM   #106
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So in TASM the scene where he's walking through school after Uncle Ben's death is a scene that makes me cry and it's the saddest and deepest scene I've ever seen in a movie...I feel a real connection in that scene. So what do you guys think will be a deep emotional scene in this film? I'm thinking Peter just breaking down and getting stressed out crying about his and Aunt Mae's struggle would be pretty deep.
Wow... 1. you're 14 or younger? 2. you didn't see a lot of movies, huh?

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what has shocked me is how the latest imagine that webb has posted hasn't been talked about at all

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Old 03-01-2013, 08:38 AM   #108
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what has shocked me is how the latest imagine that webb has posted hasn't been talked about at all
Yeah that's pretty weird. I guess this Shailene debate has overshadowed it.

And skinny jeans...

I'm excited however. It will be cool to see how Aleksei looks pre-Rhino.

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Yeah it seems like most people don't really care..they'd rather complain about Shailene or about how these daily twitpics suck cause they don't reveal anything big.

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Dane DeHaan hinting at Goblin?

Meh. This doesn't fill me with hope. I'm liking everything else about the movie and I've no issues whatsoever with him as Harry, but I'm not liking these hints however.

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Old 03-01-2013, 09:52 AM   #111
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They aren't hints... He's just getting in shape.
I really hope they go the Spec.Spider-Man route and Norman ends up framing his son for Goblin, but at the end he reveals his true nature.

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Old 03-01-2013, 10:18 AM   #112
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I'm thinking Peter just breaking down and getting stressed out crying about his and Aunt Mae's struggle would be pretty deep.
Thats waaay too contrived and overdramatic. Crying isn't a necessity for drama.

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We had enough crying in the raimi trilogy.

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I don't see Ultimate Goblin happening, at least in looks. He'd be too close to how Lizard looked. Even the cynical can admit that wouldn't sell toys. But it's possible he'll transform.
This. Given the themed cross species designs that we'll most likely get with the villains, Electro discluded, I'd imagine some kind of a transformation with GG. I doubt he'll be another green hulking monster like the Lizard but I'm not holding my breath on him having a mask.

GG is a very important character and it seems as though Webb is going to spend some time developing him in the background, which is a smart thing to do. This way, when he does finally appear it will feel fulfilling. I really hope they get his characterization right though...that includes the visual design and glider as well.

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Why you go on the Spider-Man threads when you're obviously more obsessed with Batman/TDK movies and constantly reference it and stand behind other people referencing it...just curious.
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Sorry, Wes

I will say this, though, Wes...what I said was reasonable; the copy-cat idea can be brought up as it was used already in another CBM. Saying that is logical.

And you don't get around enough even on this area of the boards if you think all I do is talk about Batman, lol.

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Old 03-01-2013, 12:18 PM   #116
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You guys are mean to me. And to the guy being a wise ass- asking if I'm 14 or younger- I already said I'm 15 and 16 in June. Damn. This is a place where you share opinions, not bash them.

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Old 03-01-2013, 12:26 PM   #117
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Emma Stone on The Amazing Spider-Man 2:

"I'm in it, Andrew is in it, they just cast Dane Dehaan as Harry Osborn who is such a great actor. And Shailene Woodleyas Mary Jane, who's also wonderful. So there's all that and the script is very, very good. I'm very much looking forward to it.

"I'm very happy that our first one was received so well, it'll be cool in the next one to see how Gwen and Peter bridge that distance that was between us at the end of it. I think the way it all unfolds is pretty neat. And I hope they continue letting Gwen be heroic, I think they might!"

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Dunno why you bolded that. She's not referring to an actual bridge.

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Dunno why you bolded that. She's not referring to an actual bridge.
How do you know it doesn't hold a double meaning?

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You guys are mean to me. And to the guy being a wise ass- asking if I'm 14 or younger- I already said I'm 15 and 16 in June. Damn. This is a place where you share opinions, not bash them.
Unfortunately the internets a harsh place. Get ready to defend if you attack. Prepare to support ideas. Sharing opinions is not an issue at all, but if someone teases you about a bad idea (we all have them), you'll have to take it in stride. Just how it is.

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Old 03-01-2013, 12:36 PM   #122
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How do you know it doesn't hold a double meaning?
Thats going waaay too deep and analyzing a bit too far. Its just a word in a sentence. Not everything coming from their mouth is a clue. I can come up with a double meaning for like every word she says at that rate then

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How do you know it doesn't hold a double meaning?
There is no hint. You're just looking for another meaning where there isn't any. If she had winked and nudged her way through the interview then you'd have cause to say so. All you're doing is saying "hey look, she said bridge in a sentence. Gwen happens to die nearby a bridge".

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Old 03-01-2013, 12:49 PM   #124
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One of my little worries with the film is the cast. I may be worrying for nothing, but I hope with the new characters coming in, TASM2 doesn't feel crowded where characters don;t feel very well developed.

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I'm very happy that our first one was received so well, it'll be cool in the next one to see how Gwen and Peter BRIDGE that distance that was between us at the end of it. I think the way it all unfolds is pretty neat.
http://www.superherohype.com/news/ar...r-man-2-script

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