New Spider-Man Trailer

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  1. Despite not being a fan of the those odd blue filips on the gloves and boots, I love the look of the suit, overall, and the trailer is definitely cooking.

    I have to say, for the record, that I agree with you about Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, but feel exactly the opposite aboite about 1 & 3 [loved the first one, hated the too-many-villians third [there were two or three good movies in there struggling to get out…].

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