Spiderman – The Musical-Trailer


(Youtube Direktspidey, via Badass Digest)

Hier der Trailer zum kommenden Spiderman-Musical. Das sieht tatsächlich gut aus und wahrscheinlich blogge ich schon viel zu lange mit unserm Nilzenburger, aber: Ich würde mir das wirklich ansehen. Echt jetz!

(Es gibt noch einen weiteren TV-Spot für das Spidey-Musical, der ist dem obigen aber so dermaßen ähnlich, dass ich den hier nicht einbinden muss.)

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  1. getchaos

    What? The? Ernsthaft?

  2. Pool

    Sieht echt nicht schlecht aus.
    Problem ist nur, die singen dabei und das war im Trailer nicht zu hören.^^
    Ich glaub das würde mir zu (achtung Anglizismus) strange vorkommen.
    Trallala Ich schwinge durch die Stadt lala.
    Muss ich nicht haben.

  3. Dr.Strangelove

    Wie ich Musicals hasse. … wobei.. der South Park Film war ja quasi auch ein Musical und dann gibt es noch “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” … aber ansonsten könnte ich sehr sehr gut auf Musicals verzichten.

  4. Silent Rocco

    Ins Sachen Kitsch wirkt selbst der schmalzigste Hollywoodfilm wie ein Arthouse-Drama im Vergleich zum Standard-Musical – ganz schlimme Erfindung. Einziger Hoffnungsschimmer scheint für mich das kommende Book of Mormon (ein Religions-Musical von South Park Jungs – KANN NUR grandios werden) …startet 2011 am Broadway. Aber das hier. Der Soundtrack hat dann sicher Titel wie “Web Made of Love”, “Masked Admirer”, “In Every Bad Guy is Some Good” usw.

  5. PaulieWalnuts

    Also ich warte ja noch auf Galactus the musical…

  6. Hank

    Eine Nachricht von Stan “The Man” Lee:
    “When I dreamed up Spidey, I wanted to be sure his name wouldn’t be confused with another (…) hero named Superman. So I purposely put a hyphen between Spider and Man. (…) So what’s my beef? This is it. Almost everybody now spells Spidey’s name without a hyphen. It appears hyphenless in ads, in photo captions, in fan publications and – worst of all – even some Marvel staffers themselves omit the critical, crucial, all-important hyphen when writing about Spider-Man. See, world? Didja notice how I just spelled it? That’s how it should be. Spider-hyphen-Man. Now be sure to remember that. Don’t get me mad!”

    Aus: Behind the Mask of Spider-Man, The secrets of the Movie

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