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Edit Storyline Based on Marvel Comics' superhero character, this is a story of Peter Parker who is a nerdy high-schooler.
Taglines: An Ordinary Man. An Extraordinary Power. Edit Did You Know? Trivia For the scene where the spider bites Peter, Sam Raimi ruled out using a digital spider.
The director wanted to use a black widow, but being dangerously poisonous, he ended up choosing a "steatoda grossa", which was painted and trained by specialist Steven Kutcher.
Goofs at around 1h 22 mins When the building is on fire, you see a fireman helmet has 57 on it is seen getting the residents out of the structure.
Take notice that the fireman has an annoying strap hanging down from the top of his helmet. Eventually that strap disappears and a convenient microphone comes into focus, then the microphone vanishes too.
Meanwhile, Norman Osborn , scientist and owner of Oscorp, tries to land a major military contract. He experiments on himself with an unstable performance-enhancing chemical and goes berserk, killing his assistant.
The next morning, Peter discovers that he is no longer myopic and his body has metamorphosed into a more muscular physique.
At school, he discovers that he can shoot cobwebs from his wrists and that his accelerated reflexes allow him to avoid injury during a confrontation with bully Flash Thompson.
Peter discovers that he has developed superhuman strength, the ability to stick to surfaces, and an increased ability to sense danger.
Ignoring his Uncle Ben 's advice that "with great power comes great responsibility," Peter considers impressing his crush Mary Jane Watson with a car.
He enters a clandestine wrestling tournament to raise money and wins his first match, but the promoter cheats him with his winnings.
When a thief suddenly robs the promoter's office, Peter allows him to escape. Moments later, he discovers that Ben was killed.
Peter pursues and confronts the car thief, only to realize that it was the thief he let escape. After Peter disarms him, the car thief flees but dies after falling through a window.
Meanwhile, a crazed Norman disrupts a military experiment by Oscorp's corporate rival, Quest Aerospace, and kills several people. Upon graduation, Peter begins to use his abilities to fight injustice, donning a costume and the personality of Spider-Man.
Jonah Jameson , editor of the Daily Bugle newspaper, hires Peter as a freelance photographer, as Peter is the only person who provides clear images of Spider-Man.
Norman, upon learning of Oscorp's board plans to oust him to sell the company to Quest, murders them at the Unity World's Fair.
Jameson calls the mysterious assassin Green Goblin. They fight and Peter is injured. During dinner, Norman sees the wound and realizes Peter's identity.
Shortly after leaving, Norman attacks and hospitalizes May. Mary Jane admits that she is in love with Spider-Man, who has rescued her numerous times, and asks Peter if Spider-Man ever asked about her.
Harry, who is dating Mary Jane, arrives and presumes that she has feelings for Peter after seeing them hold hands. Devastated, Harry tells his father that Peter loves Mary Jane, and inadvertently reveals Spider-Man's greatest weakness.
He forces Peter to choose who he wants to save and leaves Mary Jane and the children. He then grabs Peter, throws him into an abandoned building, and brutally beats him.
When Norman brags about how he will later kill Mary Jane, an enraged Peter overpowers him. Norman reveals himself to Peter, who stops attacking and apologizes but at the same time controls his glider to try to impale Peter.
Warned by his spider sense, Peter dodges the attack and the glider fatally impales Norman. Norman tells Peter not to reveal his identity as the Green Goblin to Harry.
After saying this, Norman dies and Peter brings Norman's body to Osborn's house, where Harry arrives and finds him standing over his father's body.
Harry grabs a gun with the intention of shooting Peter, but he escapes. At Norman's funeral, Harry vows revenge on Spider-Man, whom he holds responsible for his father's death, and claims that Peter is the entire family he has left.
Mary Jane confesses to Peter that she is in love with him and kisses him. Peter, however, feels he must protect her from the unwanted attention of his enemies, so he hides his true feelings and tells Mary Jane that they can only be friends.
When Peter leaves the funeral, he remembers Ben's words and accepts his new responsibility as Spider-Man. Simmons portrays J. Raimi himself appeared off-screen, throwing popcorn at Parker as he enters the arena to wrestle Bonesaw McGraw, played by former professional wrestler "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
Tig Notaro was offered the role by Raimi and auditioned, but lost it to Spencer. Comedian Jim Norton shows up in one scene as a truck driver who has an unfavorable opinion of Spider-Man.
Everbeck was intended to play Eddie Brock , but his scenes were unreleased. In April , although Sony Pictures optioned from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer all preceding script versions of a Spider-Man film, it only exercised the options on "the Cameron material", which contractually included a multi-author screenplay and a forty-five-page " scriptment " credited only to James Cameron.
The studio announced they were not hiring Cameron himself to direct the film nor would they be using his script. Night Shyamalan as potential directors.
Fincher did not want to depict the origin story , pitching the film as being based on The Night Gwen Stacy Died storyline, but the studio disagreed.
Cameron's work became the basis of David Koepp 's first draft screenplay, often word for word. Koepp's rewrite substituted the Green Goblin as the main antagonist and added Doctor Octopus as the secondary antagonist.
Remaining a constant in all the rewrites was the "organic webshooter" idea from the Cameron "scriptment".
Rosenberg removed Doctor Octopus and created several new action sequences. Sequences removed from the final film had Spider-Man protecting Fargas, the wheelchair-using Oscorp executive, from the Goblin, and Spider-Man defusing a hostage situation on a train.
The film was set for release a year later,  but when the film was postponed to be released on May 3, ,  filming officially began on January 8,  in Culver City, California.
After the terrorist attacks on September 11, , certain sequences were re-filmed, and certain images of the Twin Towers were digitally erased from the film.
Stage 27 was also used for the complex Times Square sequence where Spider-Man and the Goblin battle for the first time, where a three-story set with a breakaway balcony piece was built.
The scene also required shooting in Downey, California. The Flatiron Building was used for the Daily Bugle.
Before settling on the look used in the film, the original headgear created for the Green Goblin was an animatronic mask created by Amalgamated Dynamics.
One concept costume designer James Acheson became fond of was the idea of having a red emblem over a black costume. Another, which would eventually lead to the final product, featured an enlarged logo on the chest and red stripes going down the sides of the legs.
A hard shell was worn underneath the mask to make the shape of the head look better and to keep the mask tight while keeping the wearer comfortable.
For scenes where he would take his mask off, there was an alternate suit where the mask was a separate piece. The webbing, which accented the costume, was cut by computer.
The mask eye lenses were designed to have a mirror look. Visual effects supervisor John Dykstra was hired to produce the film's visual effects in May Raimi had used more traditional special effects in his previous films and learned a lot about using computers during production.
Shooting them together would have resulted in one character being erased from a shot. Dykstra said the biggest difficulty of creating Spider-Man was that as the character was masked, it immediately lost a lot of characterization.
Without the context of eyes or mouth, a lot of body language had to be put in so that there would be emotional content. Raimi wanted to convey the essence of Spider-Man as being, "the transition that occurs between him being a young man going through puberty and being a superhero.
After the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11, , Sony had to recall teaser posters which showed a close-up of Spider-Man's head with the New York skyline including, prominently, the World Trade Center towers reflected in his eyes.
The film's original teaser trailer , released in , featured a mini-film plot involving a group of bank robbers escaping in a Eurocopter AS Twin Squirrel helicopter, which gets caught from behind and propelled backward into what at first appears to be a net, then is shown to be a gigantic spider web spun between the World Trade Center towers.
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When i first saw the trailer of this movie last year, i thought- another Spiderman movie? In all honesty, i was not compelled to watch the movie- may be it was the trailer or that thought of how far can a Spiderman movie be different than the one produced about a decade ago?
How 'amazing' can it be, as its title suggests? After going against the odds, i came out from the movie very pleased. In fact, i enjoyed the move thoroughly and felt very entertained.
And i finally understood the word 'amazing' in the title- because it is really, pretty amazing! It is not one of those movies with excessive ZOMG factor, for sure.
The movie is amazingly captured with great use of CGI. The first half of the movie explores the dark side of Peter Parker's family history in a fairly comical manner.
I got to know about Peter's father, which was not much explained in the previous trilogy and i don't exactly read the comics. Then there is his high school stories of his love.
The next half of the movie was gripping and fast-paced, with well angled shots to make you feel like swinging from building to building and climbing up towers- i watched it in 2D and i could still feel the height!
This part of the movie focuses on the transformation of Dr Connors as the Lizard, the villain of this movie, who happens to be Peter's father's working partner.
His wish to regenerate his arm goes awry, leading him to produce a biological threat that forces Spiderman to a race to save the people in the city.
As i said, i was entertained. The movie was light hearted, like watching The Captain America, with brilliant cast. He fits the character well.
I enjoyed the scene where he first discovers of his special ability, particularly with the flipping of his skateboard. Watch out for Stan Lee in a show-stopper scene.
Flash, played by Chris, gives me the feeling of a sequel where he will be featured in a bigger role- like Jacob in Twilight.
Give this Spiderman a try. For a two-hour movie, this movie does not fall short and does not feel long. And a sequel is pretty likely- stay for the post-credit duh!
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