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The Title Of The Next Spider-Man Flick Is…

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The Amazing Spider-Man!

Catchy!

Columbia Pictures made the official title announcement this afternoon as well as released the first image of Andrew Garfield in the icon Spidey-suit!

Sweet! Everything is really coming together!

Thoughts on the title? Does it live up to UR expectations?

[Image via Columbia Pictures.]

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10 comments to “The Title Of The Next Spider-Man Flick Is…”



  1. 1

    It's the title of the flagship Spider-Man comic book. Of course it works.



  2. 2

    Heh, the title of the movie going back to the roots of Spider-Man is the same as the first, original comic book title. Fitting.



  3. 3

    Meh.



  4. 4

    Obviously you're no fan of comic books otherwise you'd know that it's a title that Spidey has gone by since 1963



  5. 5

    Now…why did they change actors? If it was all about money, I can partially accept that. Then again, didn't McGuire (as well paid as he was) allow this franchise to flourish? Did good will get tossed out with the bath water?



  6. 6

    The Amazing Spider Man??? OK… at least he is the replacement for the Human Torch. I am still a bit confused on the new name for the F4… but I am sure it will be good. When is this movie coming out again?!



  7. 7

    LOL



  8. 8

    kind of cheesy for 2011 to be honest



  9. 9

    Perez thats what the original comics are called.



  10. 10

    Thoughts on the title? Is this 1963, he's been called the Amazing Spider-Man for nearly 5 decades.