Emma Stone Is Spider-Gwen In Amazing Fake Trailer

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Emma Stone Is Spider-Gwen In Amazing Fake Trailer

What would an Emma Stone Spider-Gwen movie look like? This trailer assembled from The Amazing Spider-Man footage gives us an idea.

Right now is the perfect time for alternate Spider-Man characters in comics, with everyone from <a href=http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/141302-Marvel-Announces-New-Post-Secret-Wars-Miles-Morales-Spider-Man-Comic>Miles Morales to <a href=http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/142459-Marvel-Comics-Spider-Gwen-Returns-In-October-With-New-First-Issue#&gid=gallery_4718&pid=1>Spider-Gwen fighting crime while web-slinging. But every Spider-Man movie - <a href=http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/139777-Marvel-and-Sony-Confirm-That-Spider-Mans-Joining-the-Marvel-Cinematic-Universe>even the upcoming Marvel Studios collaboration - has focused squarely on Peter Parker, which is getting a little strange. With so many reboots you think we'd have room for at least Ben Riley, let alone a fan-favorite such as Spider-Gwen. Thankfully, a new online "trailer" gives us exactly that, remixing The Amazing Spider-Man franchise to make Emma Stone its main superhero.

Marvel's Spider-Gwen is set in a parallel universe where Gwen Stacey was bitten by a radioactive spider instead of Peter Parker, starting her career as Spider-Woman. This trailer applies that formula to Sony's Amazing Spider-Man and transforms Emma Stone into the star. And outside of a few obvious CG and audio edits, it works surprisingly well - especially now that Captain Stacey hunts his daughter instead of Spider-Man.

The Spider-Gwen trailer incorporates her hoodie costume into the story, along with a tweaked white version of the original Spider-Man outfit for quick shots. It also makes Vulture the villain - thanks to footage pulled from Birdman - and while that costume is bulkier than I'd like it barely takes away from the action beats. It certainly doesn't hurt that Spider-Gwen looks like it would climax with a giant robotic vulture destroying buildings in New York City while Gwen and Captain Stacey rush to stop it.

So yeah. I'd say I'm ready for the Emma Stone Spider-Gwen movie now. Your move, Marvel.

Source: CBR

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It's okay. I mean, I know it's a fan-made trailer, but it's kinda meh. It's cool seeing someone try and bring the hoodie to life, though.
 
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It also makes Vulture the villain - likely a nod to the Vulture Remixes series creating the video - and while that costume is bulkier than I'd like it doesn't take away from the action beats.
But possibly more likely because that's the Birdman get-up from...well, Birdman, which is I think where a lot of the Emma Stone lines are coming from.

EDIT: Wait, nevermind, you changed the article. Clearly saw my scathing wit coming and edited accordingly. Huzzah, another victory!
 

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piscian said:
Ok I watched the trailer.
Here are my thoughts

Out of curiosity, are you referring to the people behind the trailer? Marvel/Sony? Both? :)
 

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It's novel and a great fan-project, but the cosplay costume used isn't the best one I've seen. That and it hardly sells Spider-gwen beyond the first few lines, painfully mediocre when it shoots itself down after a brief moment of soaring.

A for effort.

On a sidenote: Considering how introducing multiverse and AU stories is what causes the comic book houses to reboot themselves ad-nauseum, it is horribly sad we probably won't see these different interpretations of the webhead on the silver screen. The non-enthusiast crowd would get an aneurysm.
 

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Why do I get a feeling someone from Sony is taking notes right now from watching the fanmade trailer???
 

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It was pretty good, but not as good as this fan trailer. This one still gives me chills.

 

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Ugh.

I absolutely detest "Spider-Gwen". She's one of the most egregious examples of mindless fan service that has been spawned recently. She's essentially Spider-Man but with all of the conflict that makes Spider-Man interesting sucked out via a vacuum and replaced with boobs.

I mean... "Hurrah, boobs!" or something. Whatever. Count me as completely not interested.
 

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Pallindromemordnillap said:
It also makes Vulture the villain - likely a nod to the Vulture Remixes series creating the video - and while that costume is bulkier than I'd like it doesn't take away from the action beats.
But possibly more likely because that's the Birdman get-up from...well, Birdman, which is I think where a lot of the Emma Stone lines are coming from.

EDIT: Wait, nevermind, you changed the article. Clearly saw my scathing wit coming and edited accordingly. Huzzah, another victory!
Vulture was the major villain in the first Spider-Gwen solo story arch. I would imagine that had a lot more to do with it.