Trailer Report: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Is Set To Become The Most Viewed Preview For A 2014 Summer Film Release In Less Than 7 Days
The teaser trailer released for the sequel of The Amazing Spider-Man is on course of surpassing both Captain America: The Winter Soldier and X-Men: Days Of Future Past in number of views.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer No. 1 scored 19.4 million views and it's on course to take the top spot as the Internet's most viewed trailer for an upcoming 2014 summer film.
The second part of the Marc Webb's take on the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man racked up a pretty impressive number of views and it's becoming clear that the wallcrawler is back as one of the main players of the next summer - if not THE main player.
Add in the views for the movie's international trailer released at the same date by Sony Pictures, the number becomes even more surreal, 21.3 million views in less than 6 days. For the sake of comparison, the first trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier has right now 23.2 million views, while X-Men: Days of Future Past has 21.8 million views, both been released more than one month ago.
At this rate, it's easy to predict that in one or two days, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will have the most viewed trailer for a 2014 film release. Since its online debut last week, the majority of fans have been voicing their approval of the new trailer, which will be attached to theatrical screenings of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug starting this Friday. But what did YOU think of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer? Be sure to vote in the poll below, and share your complete thoughts in the comments.
I personally think that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 teaser trailer is easily the best trailer for a superhero film since The Avengers second trailer. As a longtime Spider-Man fan, I don't remember been this excited for a film for a long time, especially one featuring Spider-Man. I believe Marc Webb found the right balance for this film and this is one of those films that it felt special since it's inception. While I liked The Amazing Spider-Man, it was a very flawed film. I feel like this has the potential to become the equivalent of The Dark Knight for the Spider-Man franchise, if not in the sense of transcending the genre like Nolan did with that film, in the sense of becoming one of the best examples that this genre can offer, like The Avengers. May, 2014 couldn't come soon enough.
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