Discussion in 'The Bar' started by PauleyWalnuts, Jul 3, 2012.
The last one was only 5 years ago. WTF
Thanks pal, I was lookin to get in the red
I just saw spiderman 3 on cable, awesome, how do you do a reboot on a fucking movie that the last movie was 2007????? Assholes
Hey amigo, appretiate the pitty post, thanks man, hahhhhahhahaha
Spiderman 3 was garbage. Since Raimi completely shit on Spiderman with his crappy trilogy, I say go reboot.
I might be wrong by saying spiderman 3 was awesome, but fuck a reboot 5 years later. I think Ironman 1 was the best yet as far as comic book movies go. I rank spiderman 1 as number 2 behind Ironman. Fuck the reboot, I still hope it tanks, tanks you
Fair enough. I can admit it is a little soon to reboot something that's only five years old. And yes, Iron Man was great, but it's no Dark Knight.
Box Office Report: 'Amazing Spider-Man' Sets Tuesday Record With $35 Million
Sony's reboot -- starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone -- beats the $27.9 million debut of the first "Transformers" in 2007.
Marc Webb's 3D superhero tentpole The Amazing Spider-Man set off early July 4th fireworks at the domestic box office.
The $220 million Sony reboot -- looking to relaunch the franchise by going back to the beginning with a new cast -- nabbed the top opening for a Tuesday with roughly $35 million, eclipsing the $27.9 million debut of Transformers on the same Tuesday in 2007.
In more good news for Sony, Spider-Man received an A- CinemaScore, and an A from moviegoers under the age of 18.
As one Sony executive put it, "we are off to an outstanding start here in North America with big fireworks still to come!"
Spider-Man, starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, is being helped at the box office by the upcharge for a 3D ticket and is doing big business in Imax theaters, the favorite venue of fanboys. Roughly 300 Imax theaters contributed $4 million to the $35 million booty.
Estimates vary in terms of how much Spider-Man will earn in its six-day debut. Bullish observers believe it could earn $120 million to $140 million. Transformers grossed $155.4 million in its six-day debut after opening on Tuesday, although it grossed $8.8 million in advance Monday night shows and a total of $13.5 million including midnight runs.
Spider-Man's opening day gross included $7.5 million in Monday midnight earnings.
The tentpole, also starring Martin Sheen, Denis Leary and Sally Fields, is off to a stellar start overseas, where it debuted to $50 million last weekend in only 11 territories.
The new Spider-Man sucks.
I've not seen it but I have a feeling.
Spidey suck sense.
Because Toby is the worst fuckin "actor" of all time
and yes, Part 3 was just fuckin horrible
That scene at the piano bar and dancing down the street was the dumbest shit Swayze has ever watched.
UNCLE BEN DIES!!!!!!!!!
Thank you- me too. Very odd doing a reboot this early. I see most everything that comes out but Inhave no interest in this one.