I don't suppose anybody with photoshop skills can tell me what's reflected in his eye? It looks like a storefront, but I can't make out any details. Considering that it would hardly be accidental, could it be a clue to something or just an artist being thorough?
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Originally posted by bubblesthechimpMaybe they can go with sandman as a throw away character of sorts. Just have the movie open up right in the middle of the spiderman/sandman battle. No disrespect to Marko Flint but he's not the most interesting of characters aside from the SFX aspect. They can maybe do the same with the new suit. Open the movie with spidey already in his new gear. Once the costume starts to give him problems he can go to conners adn reveal the origin of the costume to him and the audience. I'm guessing the rest of the story would involve harry and peters battle and lead into an ending that forshadows spidey fours main story of spidey vs. Venom.
I think Harry as the second Green Goblin (or maybe Hobgoblin) needs to be the logical conclusion to this story arc. Perhaps Spidey can get the symbiote in this film, face off against Goblin as the 'big bad' and Sandman is sort of a tertiary villain. It's like in Batman Begins, when Scarecrow was the minor foe but Ra's Al Ghul was the main enemy of the film. Spidey 4 then brings Venom into the picture.
Man, if Raimi is actually planning seven of these, I think I just had an overdose of giddiness. Also, that gives him time to do basically whatever he wants villain-wise, including maybe even a Sinister Six.
"Oh, gosh, you know, I'm not much on speeches, but it's so gratifying to leave you wallowing in the mess you've made. You're screwed, thank you, bye."
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