The film takes the original tone and vision of the comics, and works it into a modern day story. There is a lot more drama as opposed to the dark and brooding character of the old symbiotes such as Batman. The film sees the three main actors returning to their much loved roles in the first movie (also featuring Hardy and Michelle Williams), and also in turnty many new stars including Harrelson and Jones. The movie also continues to tell Eddie and Venom's story bonding over the course of several days in their captivity, while Cletus Kasady escapes.
I have always found Spiderman films to be very thrilling and this movie is no exception. It has a similar feel and sense of adventure to other superhero movies of this era, but the way Matt Reeves has directed it means that you don't feel like you are skipping over anything because it is so fast paced and intense. This is one of the best action sequences you will see in the year, and is just as entertaining as any comic book movie could be. The fighting scenes are some of the best you will see in the modern age of cinema, and are just as exhilarating. There are some fantastic set pieces throughout the film, particularly in the trailers.
It is a little bit early to judge Cable TV's New York in relation to the Spiderman films, but it is safe to say that we will most likely see a lot more of this character as time goes on. Many people who only read comic books enjoy this version of Spiderman more than anyone else, simply because they relate it so well to how comic books are read. The comparisons are made even more obvious when you watch the trailers for the movies, but it is possible to understand why so many people enjoy them so much. Many movie lovers go back and watch old movies they have forgotten about through online sites such as YouTube, only to find that this version of Spiderman makes a great start to a new franchise for Sony.
We won't know for sure what the sequel will look like or how good the trailers are until The Amazing Spiderman makes its way into theaters. Until then, the trailers for other movies like X-Men: Days Of Future Past and Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer are offering a great amount of information about where we can expect things to go. There is no doubt that we will be getting more Spiderman movies, whether he is a part of the main cast or not. He will always be an important part of the Marvel comic universe.
It is quite possible that the release date for Venom will be announced during the Spiderman Homecoming promotion. That is if the movie script is anywhere near complete, which shouldn't be too hard considering the success that The Amazing Spiderman has had with its box office performance. If the studio wants to give audiences something to keep them excited about the sequel, the best option would be to give us more about what will happen after the events of the first movie. Fans won't mind seeing more of the villains and will be happy to know that there will be more of the dynamic between Peter Parker and his alter ego, Electro.
The producers have to do their part to give us a satisfactory movie. With the trailers and the posters we have seen so far, I have a feeling that they are doing everything in their power to ensure that we will have another enjoyable Spiderman flick to enjoy. With Tom Holland cast as Peter Parker and a cast of youngsters who have recently been acquired from puberty likeanking Jacob Latchek, Aidan Gillen, and Emry Blau, the odds are very good that we will have a brand new take on the Spiderman franchise. And if there is one thing we know about Peter Parker, it is that he's always on time for his meetings. We can only wait and see what they come up with.