Spider-Man Far From Home - Spoiler And Loss Talk With Jeff Goldblum

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Who's doing it, Sony?
Sadly yes, Sony Animation, but it’s been penned by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller of “the LEGO movie” and “21/22 Jump St”. So, besides looking phenomenal, it should atleast be funny.

But it looks like they’re taking it serious with this one....

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Lord and Miller wanted the film to have its own unique style, combining the in-house computer animation of Sony Pictures Imageworks with traditional hand-drawn comic book techniques inspired by the work of Miles Morales's co-creator Sara Pichelli. Completing the animation for the film required up to 140 animators, the largest crew ever used by Sony Pictures Animation for a film.
 

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Looks like a lot of fun, Tom Holland is by far the best Peter Parker we've had yet.
 

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Looks good, can't wait to see what they do with this.

Also, apparently it takes place 5 mins after the end of End Game. Interesting.
 

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Looks like a lot of fun, Tom Holland is by far the best Peter Parker we've had yet.
He’s the best of both worlds, Toby was a good Parker but Garfield was a better Spider-Man, than Toby’s

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He’s the best of both worlds, Toby was a good Parker but Garfield was a better Spider-Man, than Toby’s

*edit for strike correction lol
Yeah, he is actually young and he's athletic and likeable. I never found Toby all that likeable, he has a face I very much want to punch for some reason lol.
 

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Punch him in the face eh??? In high school, were you a jock??
Quite the opposite lol, there are a few people though (eminem, Jerry O'Conell, John Cena, Leo DiCaprio and Toby to name a few) that just bring on the urge to punch them lol
 

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Spider-Man still without and spider sense :smash:

Don't like that he relies on the suit and Starks gadgets so much
 

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International trailer with some different scenes



Looks like Mysterio is getting the characters original origin story
 

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Looks better than meh Homecoming.

Will be interesting to see what the post credit scene is as it should se up the start of the next MCU phase.
Personally thought Homecoming was the best Spidey film, and one of the best Marvel movies to date. Really looking forward to this follow up, just wish John Francis Daly was returning as a writer.
 

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Personally thought Homecoming was the best Spidey film, and one of the best Marvel movies to date. Really looking forward to this follow up, just wish John Francis Daly was returning as a writer.
Poor you.
 

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Personally thought Homecoming was the best Spidey film, and one of the best Marvel movies to date. Really looking forward to this follow up, just wish John Francis Daly was returning as a writer.
Big Keaton fan; I thought he was great. There were some great scenes and he really conveyed Vulture as a complex character.