CBM: Holy Moly. Hit the jump to get your first look at Rhino and Green Goblin, as they appear with Electro and Spidey on a brand new poster for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
So yeah it will be a Mecha Rhino, but it looks quite decent actually, and Electro looks fine as well. I am actually quite surprised to see Green Goblin on it as well.
oooooh no. Kinda hard to see but why the eff does GG look like the SM3 GG. That one looked terrible with the paintball mask & the snowboard glider :/ Also not sure what to think about Mecha robo-Rino. As for Elektro, not digging the bum hoodie get-up. I hope it's good though. *flashbacks to Peter air humping with the emo look* ugh.., @_@ *shivers*
I can understand how you feel. I am just surprised to get 4 disagree votes, hilarious, considering that what I wrote was politically correct, I did not even state my opinion. Well... oh well.
@Hergula its because you missed the fact that that Goblin looks eerily similar to the forsaken SM 3 "new goblin" which was an abomination. It hit so hard that just looking at this pic also gave me shivers the moment I saw that goblin, I really really hope none of the SM3 BS ever makes it back to film. I dig the Rhino suit, lets hope he isnt an easy kill for Spiderman I want him to get challenged.
I dunno how you can see that "eerie" ressemblance . The pic makes it impossible to check if he's wearing some sort of goblin mask or a more human face getup .
I'm not feeling the mecha suit. Not everything needs to be robots Hollywood. All these damn robots in marvel movies. Sentinels, Ultron, and now a robot Rhino. Even Silver Samurai was a damn Mecha. Are they that scared to just use pure CGI or something and do Rhino like the Hulk or something?
Seeing how they made the Lizard completely CG in the first film, no, I don't think they are scared to use pure CG on their characters... I do prefer practical effects more than anything though.
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