New Posters for Amazing Spider-Man, Men in Black 3, and Inseparable


A collection of groovy posters for three movies for ya this Monday.

The first is a very nice, battle-hardened look at Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man”, which is definitely going for that whole gritty approach. Of course, I’m not sure how gritty you can possibly get about a teenager who dresses up as a spider and fights crime while cracking jokes. Still, if Webb’s intention was to separate himself from the Raimi trilogy, I think he might have succeeded — visually speaking, anyway.

The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Movie Poster

The second poster is a new look at Will Smith goofingly riding some goofy looking bike (thingie) in Barry Sonnenfeld’s “Men in Black 3″. I haven’t a clue if this movie will be any good, but I’ll give Sonnenfeld and company this — it looks exactly like the first two movies. Which is to say, it’s got a neat hook, same Will Smith, and the CG still looks highly shoddy for such a big-budget movie.

Men in Black 3 (2012) Movie Poster

The third movie to get new posters is the Chinese dramedy “Inseparable” from writer/director Dayyan Eng. The film has the distinction of starring a major Hollywood actor in Kevin Spacey. It looks wonky as hell, but I guess that’s the point. You can check out James Mudge’s review of the film here.

Daniel Wu in Inseparable (2011) Movie PosterKevin Spacey in Inseparable (2011) Movie PosterBeibi Gong in Inseparable (2011) Movie PosterKevin Spacey and Daniel Wu in Inseparable (2011) Movie PosterInseparable (2011) Movie Poster

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  • Shazam!

    I love the look of Spidey! There was always something about the Raimi Spider-man that just looked off -like his eyes were too far apart or his head wasn’t the right shape… not this one though!

  • DrSftpork

    Does the MIB poster remind anyone else of the ”it” episode of South Park?