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Discussion in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' started by Thread Manager, Aug 19, 2016.
Haha. Would be fitting.
So no one's talking about the supposed MCU leaks including SM:H details?
So I went back and read a few old articles and I came across this part of the Joblo article:
Does that mean Tony will not, in fact, be taking over Spidey's movie? because if it does, my hype levels have skyrocketed back to 100% instead of 55%.
He was never going to 'take over'
The 4chan ones? We discussed that a few pages back.
Homecoming seems to be more babyish, a movie for kids whereas trilogy Raimi and duology Amazing were more for teens and adults public. However music and soundtracks from trilogy McGuire are the best , anthological !!
MCU Spiderman will never excel Raimi's films composed by Danny Elfmann
That 4chan 'leak' treatment of Tony would be fine with me.
I like RDJ a lot anyway, so his presence isn't a negative.
I went to the site, urgh, that place is a mongrel pit. The leaks are bull****.
That may or may not be true.
If Spidey's theme in Civil War is anything to go by, i'd say they've came up with something pretty cool.
I like it, but they should either expand on it or make something new for Homecoming. It still sounds very Avengers/Captain America, know what I mean?
Speaking of, I wonder when we'll finally find out who's scoring this film?
This reads like one of those fake reviews you get from spam bots that have virus ridden links to piracy sites lol
I really hope they keep it and expand on it. I'm fine with it sounding Captain America-ish because Spidey traditionally has always had a similar sound like that. If you listen closely, the musical notes are very similar to the 90S TAS & 60s theme. Plus it reminds me of TASM theme. It's probably my favorite movie Spidey theme.
I'm glad they seem to be keeping Ant-Man's theme consistent, I hope Spidey & everybody else follows suit. And yeah, i'm wondering when they'll announce the composer, they just announced Ragnarok's a few days ago so i'm hoping they announce Spidey's soon. Hoping for Giacchino.
I hear Danny Elfman in it. Can't say I here the 90s TAS theme.
Edit: Unless you meant this one:
Yes, if there is one thing I want from the MCU is for the heroes to keep their themes. Also really hoping for Giacchino as well! But I've prepared myself for disappointment.
You have no idea how excited I was when I heard he composed the 60s theme at Comic Con.
The three musical notes sound very similar, just in a different pitch. I love it, it just sounds so whimsical, Silver age Spidey.
Yeah, I loved what I heard at Comic Con.
I think I know what you mean.
Yes. It's okay, and has potential, but seems generic at this point.
There are parts of it that I really really like. It sounds grand and heroic but it also sounds modest and human at times. Perfect for Spider-Man.
However, it was a Captain America film so it was bound to incorporate some familiar sounding tunes which can make it sounds a little generic, since we've heard similar music in a few MCU films.
I don't want Henry Jackman to score Homecoming though.
I don't think anyone, other than you harry, really expected Stark to "take over" the Spidey film......lol.
Now, it is a legit concern to question just how much Stark's "mentor" role will "affect" Peter's character and story. If Stark helps relieve Peter of his financial worries or helps him too much with tech and gadgets, then that does change Peter's story to some extent because it does take away from his "everyman" quality.
Other than a few people in this thread who jumped to wild conclusions based on no evidence, did anyone ever say Tony was taking over the movie?
That was always my biggest concern.
I'm hoping they keep the budget down for this one. I'm sure it will make money but given that this is the sixth Spider-man movie, and third iteration of the character, in 15 years, there will be a portion of the audience who won't care to see this and unless it get's glowing reviews, they'll likely steer clear. Keeping the budget down would almost ensure a profit, as the worst/lowest grossing Spider-man film still made over $700 million.
No, we never had anything at all to lead us to that conclusion beyond knee-jerk fanboy complaining.