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Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 5:42pm

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looks like spiderman is wearing a black costume in this one smile

source: front page on daily bugle wink
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 6:08pm

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Yeah, his whole costume has changed in the comic as well.
It'll be interesting to see what difference the black costume makes (if any) to the storyline/plot of Spidey 3.

Comic book change... Click Here
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 6:13pm

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Coupla things i don't get about this photo, mainly to do with the caption.

1. Why would anyone think it's a black and white photo? It's entirely blue.

2. Not sure I'm seeing a 'black costume' here. Looks more like the original costume, with a strong dark blue filter put over the whole image (see: Ambient Light filter in FXhome products razz ).

Not that I'm saying he doesn't wear a black costume in the film, it's just that I find this photo a bit odd. Even if the photo doesn't have a big blue filter on it, that costume still looks blue rather than black to me.

This is what a black costume looks like: http://www.christophernolan.net/images/batman_photos_batman1.jpg smile
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 8:09pm

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Agreed Tarn. Theres nothing to look closely at (color wise). I think his all black outit would be sweet as hell. Though I dont see why they would do that right now introducing venom who I am pressuming'll be black as well. We'll see tho. Im looking forward to whatever they do really.
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 8:12pm

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er-no wrote:

Yeah, his whole costume has changed in the comic as well.
It'll be interesting to see what difference the black costume makes (if any) to the storyline/plot of Spidey 3.

Comic book change... Click Here
maybe it has something to do with venom smile i dont know why its just a feeling biggrin
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 8:17pm

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Holy crap. Sweet.

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Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 8:26pm

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Apparently Spidey wore a black outfit in the 2nd and nobody noticed... Kirsten looks a lil African American herself as well..
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 8:38pm

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aintitcoolnews.com wrote:

I love the image and they're saying over at Sony (SO IT'S OFFICIAL FROM SONY, NOT A FAN'S INTERPRETATION) that it's not a black and white image, but that Spidey is wearing a black and white costume.
I think it looks really sweet
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 9:12pm

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Doesn't Spidey wear the venom suit at one point? It might explain it, but I'll have to agree with Tarn: it does look like just a dark blue filter.
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 9:53pm

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Pooky wrote:

Doesn't Spidey wear the venom suit at one point? It might explain it, but I'll have to agree with Tarn: it does look like just a dark blue filter.
Yeah he does, but its not a suit. Its an alien symbiote (sp?), its does look weird,Oh well. If the symbiote is in this one then maybe Venom will be the main enemy in the fourth movie.
Posted: Fri, 24th Feb 2006, 10:00pm

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Venom was announced to be in this one.
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 12:33am

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Yeah, but is he the main enemy? It would be kinda stupid if they had spider-man get his symbiote suit, then loose it to Eddy Brock, then beat venom in the same film. I would rather it be across two films. Just my opinon though.
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 2:27am

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shadowninja1028 wrote:

Yeah, but is he the main enemy? It would be kinda stupid if they had spider-man get his symbiote suit, then loose it to Eddy Brock, then beat venom in the same film. I would rather it be across two films. Just my opinon though.
Yeah. I think it's glaringly obvious that the story trails that of the symbiote chronicles of the actual comic, with Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) somewhere inbetween. (maybe just a mini-baddie in the beginning of the movie that Spidey foils, in order to start it with a bang. Similar to the first one in showing him foil bankrobbers and petty theives in a montage before addressing the real villian.)

I'd rather have an older, classic villain like, well, Sandman, or Electro, or one of the original bad-guys, but I guess Venom is far too large a character (fan-wise) to pass up in the franchise. I just don't wanna see a rushed movie or story, etc. just to include Venom. Regardless, I think it's awesome, although known for forever, that a third one is in the works. Spider-man is definitely one of (if not the #1) best movie franchises, and deserves a trilogy, which isn't true for most movies. (Possibly x3, we'll see wink )

Topher Grace will be good as Eddie Brock, very similar to Peter in physique and style, but very contrasting in personality and very awkward and nervous, but menacing. It's an obvious jab at the (best Spiderman comic series) Ultimate Spiderman.
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 4:50am

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I think he'll wear it an then lose it to eddie brock in the same film. No one said that he will BEAT venom. Venom could just come in at the end, but before that, Spidey could find the symbiote while Sandman is still at large, and it could end with Spidey getting rid of the suit and Eddy getting it. (Eddy could be a character through the whole movie.) Also, zoom into spidey's eye.

WHAT IS THAT!?
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 4:55am

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I think that poster is supposed to represent darkness, or it being dark and rainy. I hate idiots like IGN Film who automatically assume they changed the costume. It's possible, but no. It's not going to happen.
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 5:13am

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Uuuh.. I just noticed that the "Spiderman is wearing a black suit!" line is on the official sony site neutral Then it must be the symbiote.

http://spiderman.sonypictures.com/index.php
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 5:16am

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Spiderman's "black costume"? It still has webbing on it! The symbiote is total black! If I were to say they changed the costume to another one, that looks closer to the Spidey-Armor costume Spiderman wore for a little.


More costume (comic-wise) info here.
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 6:10am

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Hmm, since it is black, why? Red and blue is just more classic (I am not comic person, but even if you have some geeky proof that it isn't totally originally used or something, I still consider red/blue the classic scheme.) It's how I remember Spidey. I want to see what this looks like in a normal shot, moving. It will be cool, but certainly not as cool as R/B. I guess we/I'll just have to wait for the teaser.

EDIT: Just read the site ben posted, and I was right anyways. R/B is more classic.

I like this Spidey version (unofficial) the best anyways, I was always more of a Sonic fan anyways.

Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 12:05pm

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CX3 wrote:

Apparently Spidey wore a black outfit in the 2nd and nobody noticed... Kirsten looks a lil African American herself as well..
Hehe, genius. My points exactly. smile
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 6:17pm

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Serpent wrote:

Hmm, since it is black, why? Red and blue is just more classic (I am not comic person, but even if you have some geeky proof that it isn't totally originally used or something, I still consider red/blue the classic scheme.) It's how I remember Spidey. I want to see what this looks like in a normal shot, moving. It will be cool, but certainly not as cool as R/B. I guess we/I'll just have to wait for the teaser.

EDIT: Just read the site ben posted, and I was right anyways. R/B is more classic
Have you never heard the story behind the Spiderman Venom Saga? Venom's black costume is a symbiote parasite that he gets from Peter Parker. Meaning, Spiderman dawns the black costume (Venom's symbiote) before Venom even becomes Venom.

It's not meant to be classic, it's to fit the Symbiote Saga of the Spiderman comics, which is one of the most well-known. Perhaps I'm completely misreading your posts, but have you never seen the Symbiote Suit Spiderman? (All Black)
Posted: Sat, 25th Feb 2006, 11:22pm

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Atom wrote:

It's not meant to be classic, it's to fit the Symbiote Saga of the Spiderman comics, which is one of the most well-known.
Also one of the silliest.

I'm really not sure how they're going to make it sit convincingly in the movie Spidey universe. Hopefully they won't go down the daft alien angle, and will stick with the 'science gone wrong' theme of Spidey 1 and 2.
Posted: Sun, 26th Feb 2006, 6:05am

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Tarn wrote:

Atom wrote:

It's not meant to be classic, it's to fit the Symbiote Saga of the Spiderman comics, which is one of the most well-known.
Also one of the silliest.

I'm really not sure how they're going to make it sit convincingly in the movie Spidey universe. Hopefully they won't go down the daft alien angle, and will stick with the 'science gone wrong' theme of Spidey 1 and 2.
My thoughts (and hope) exactly. Like I stated earlier, I hope the film isn't rushed or go to waste just to include Venom. Still, I think it's gonna be pimp.
Posted: Tue, 14th Mar 2006, 10:16pm

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Nope the suit IS black. This promotional ART work (not a still from the film) was released to hype the film. Officially released by sony.
This months starburts has an interview with Stan Lee, where he lets slip that Venom is in the film.
However, the firm word from the industry says that he'll only be a closing element, like that of the harry becoming the green goblin at the end of the second film.
Raimi has said that he hates venom as a villian, but knows that the public want to see him. Well thats perfect.....cos he wont be directing the next film....
Posted: Tue, 14th Mar 2006, 10:41pm

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Raimi won't be directing the next film sad .
I think he's done an excellent job so far, wonder why he isn't doing more.
Posted: Tue, 14th Mar 2006, 10:55pm

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shadowninja1028 wrote:

I think he's done an excellent job so far, wonder why he isn't doing more.
So he can make another Evil Dead movie before Bruce Campbell is old enough to have a bus pass? Well, I can dream....
Posted: Tue, 14th Mar 2006, 11:11pm

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Yes! Heh.

Much as I love what he's done with Spider-Man so far, I would rather see him go off an do other things after Spidey 3. There are plenty of other good directors to continue the Spidey franchise.

I always think it's a shame when directors get locked into a franchise - like with George Lucas. I can't wait to see what Lucas comes up with now he's finally finished Star Wars, as his pre-Star Wars films are brilliant.
Posted: Tue, 14th Mar 2006, 11:57pm

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Well, I guess that makes sense. Good point Tarn I don't feel so bad anymore biggrin
Posted: Wed, 15th Mar 2006, 12:09am

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PaleRider wrote:


Raimi has said that he hates venom as a villian, but knows that the public want to see him. Well thats perfect.....cos he wont be directing the next film....
Does that mean that there will be more then three spiderman movies?
Posted: Wed, 15th Mar 2006, 1:59am

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TheRenegade wrote:

Does that mean that there will be more then three spiderman movies?
Yeah...I read some interview with Alfred Molina (Doc Ock) that said the studio has a contract option with him for the third and fourth movies, but he confirmed that he is not in the third one, and it is too early to tell if he will be in the fourth one. I'm thinking they could only bring him back if it was for a breif soundclip (like Qui-Gon's "ANAKIN, NO!!!!" in Ep III) or for some sort of flashback scene....
Posted: Wed, 15th Mar 2006, 2:25am

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rogolo wrote:

I'm thinking they could only bring him back if it was for a breif soundclip (like Qui-Gon's "ANAKIN, NO!!!!" in Ep III) or for some sort of flashback scene....
There's a bit of ambiguity about his "death" at the end, so they could bring him back as a main villain. I'd prefer that to more Green Goblin/Power Rangers shenanigans. Although the character's arc is complete at the end of Spidey 2.

I always think it's a shame when directors get locked into a franchise - like with George Lucas. I can't wait to see what Lucas comes up with now he's finally finished Star Wars, as his pre-Star Wars films are brilliant
Absolutely. I'd love to see him make something as playful and energetic as American Graffiti again. I wonder if he still has it in him though?
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Anyone think they're Risking alot by giving this film the largest budget on record? It seems like $250 million is alot of money for this...Especially with a new director.
Posted: Wed, 15th Mar 2006, 9:17pm

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Atom, I have never heard of that saga because I don't care about comics and I have never read comics. They don't interest me. I just prefer red and blue. I understand why they are doing it (now), but I don't like it.
Posted: Thu, 16th Mar 2006, 2:58pm

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TheRenegade wrote:

PaleRider wrote:


Raimi has said that he hates venom as a villian, but knows that the public want to see him. Well thats perfect.....cos he wont be directing the next film....
Does that mean that there will be more then three spiderman movies?
Yeah, there is going to be six movies all together.

Check here - http://filmforce.ign.com/articles/610/610033p1.html

The only problem that I have heard is that Kirsten Dunst might not want to do any more after the third film. Toby Maguire was also skeptical.
Posted: Mon, 20th Mar 2006, 10:59am

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woah?!?! 6 Spider man movies??? I guess there's a huge fan base from the comics and stuff, but do you think it could really make it to a 6th sequel?
Posted: Mon, 20th Mar 2006, 8:26pm

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woah?!?! 6 Spider man movies??? I guess there's a huge fan base from the comics and stuff, but do you think it could really make it to a 6th sequel?
Look at Harry Potter...
Posted: Tue, 21st Mar 2006, 12:20am

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Clintorules wrote:

woah?!?! 6 Spider man movies??? I guess there's a huge fan base from the comics and stuff, but do you think it could really make it to a 6th sequel?
If they can make seven Police Academy films & ten Friday the 13th's, 6 Spideys shouldn't be a problem.

At least they have over 40 years of material to work from. (Not all of it good, admittedly)
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CX3 wrote:

woah?!?! 6 Spider man movies??? I guess there's a huge fan base from the comics and stuff, but do you think it could really make it to a 6th sequel?
Look at Harry Potter...
That's very different.
Posted: Tue, 21st Mar 2006, 12:38am

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er-no wrote:

CX3 wrote:

woah?!?! 6 Spider man movies??? I guess there's a huge fan base from the comics and stuff, but do you think it could really make it to a 6th sequel?
Look at Harry Potter...
That's very different.
Yeah, Harry Potter is different because they were made fromt the books. Even though it would take 6 or more Spiderman movies just to cover the comics.
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Books.. comics.. comic books.. they were all writen before the movies. It really isnt that much of a difference. I dont see why spiderman wont continue being made. Keeps bringing in mass amounts of money everytime so far.. And its entertaining. Thats the goal correct? ha It makes sense for a really popular comic book to go on for a long while being a series of movies. Theres so much story out there for its ridiculous. I know i'd keep goin to see them.
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Did I hear a rumour they are filming a bit of Spiderman 3 in London?
Or was that just me dreaming again?
Posted: Thu, 23rd Mar 2006, 4:58pm

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On the topic of MONEY

Superman Returns has alot of money behind it... alot alot... not nearly as much as Spidey 3...

But seriously with what they are doing on this film on thiere loose loose budget I can only think that money is being thrown away on Spidey 3....

you can onyl make a movie look so good... ya know...

there is a point where you have to stand back and say: "We Have Done Enough" (cough...star wars trilogy...cough)
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SyroVision wrote:

Superman Returns has alot of money behind it... alot alot... not nearly as much as Spidey 3...
Aren't they using HD Video for that movie?
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TheRenegade - I think they are filming it digitally, but I guess it wouldn't make much difference quality-wise. It would only be easier to work with in post-production. Normal 35mm is filmed in 1034 lines I think (not really sure) and HD is filmed in 1080...

About the movie then...it should be good if it's made in a "realistic" way (= not with aliens). Who would take the spiderman role if Tobey Maguire doesn't want to continue? Bill Murray? biggrin
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Redhawksrymmer wrote:

Normal 35mm is filmed in 1034 lines I think (not really sure) and HD is filmed in 1080...
35mm has a much higher resolution than that, depending on the type of film stock used. It's scanned in at 2k and 4k resolutions for the Digital Intermediate.

Superman Returns was shot on the Panavision Genesis; High Definition video, but a different beast entirely to consumer HD.
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Superman Returns was shot on the Panavision Genesis; High Definition video, but a different beast entirely to consumer HD.
DUDE that camera was awesome! like... wow was is da'bomb.

I was soooo exited to see it in action *GASM!*
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Just found this while i was surfing the web. Thought it was interesting.
It is the Plot of Spider-man 3 pretty cool stuff.

http://www.shoutwire.com/viewstory/8666/Official_Spider_man_3_Plot_Revealed