You know, that is boring.I have trouble thinking of superhero movie posters that aren't boring, cluttered, or ugly. (Avengers and Watchmen both had the same poster problems: gaudy group shots with lurid typography.)I liked the original Sam Raimi Spider-Man posters; I thought they were unusually clean and elegant. (And I loved the business with the sequel posters where they would just put a big "2" or "3" centered on the bottom or in the bottom corner. Iron Man did the same thing; it's a great idea.)I liked the original Superman posters ("You'll Believe a Man Can Fly" -- with just the clouds and a superman-colored streak). I liked the first Batman poster, with the clipped logo and the release date (another first).Any others I'm missing?
Also, anyone else tired of the superhero immediately revealing his secret identity to the girl?
Yes that and I hate in the Rami movies that everyone wears their costumes without their masks on half the time.
I just watched the last long trailer for Amazing Spider-Man again and in the four separate fight/action scenes I could clearly discern, I could also see he takes off his mask at some point during three of them.I'm always ready to blame that on an actor ego thing. They should take a cue from Andy Serkis and Hugo Weaving: sometimes you don't show your face.
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