Full Spider-man trailer online....

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  1. pointon

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    Have to agree, it looks fantastic. Especially the bit with Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) in a wet top. Image that on a 50ft cinema screen :D (just out of interest, how big is a standard cinema screen?)
     
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    In the case you mention, I'd say a little under, approximately 'Not Big Enough'!
     
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    IM a big Spiderman fan, God I can't wait.........:p

    The new ster century cinema in Romford Essex has a 86 foot screen is that bigger than the cinemas up the West End. Someone please tell........:rolleyes:

    Keith
     
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    Looks good!

    Lets hope they´ve done justice to ol´ Spidey!!
     
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    I've sat through the trailer a couple of times now, and as a big Spidey fan I've gotta say that not only does it look great, but it also restores my faith in director Sam Raimi (For the Love of the Game and The Gift: W.T.F.???) and makes me think that the all-armour Green Goblin could work.
     

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