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Sony Pictures has released the first official image of Andrew Garfield in his Spider-Man costume.  I loved the Spider-Man outfit from Sam Raimi’s movies so it’s tough not to mess with a good thing.  I don’t want to nitpick this one image to death when A) I don’t know the context of the scene; and B) it’s ultimately just a costume.  It’s slightly stylized, but it still doesn’t deviate too far from the mesh-style of the costume from the first three films.  I am curious to know why the Spider emblem’s leg reach all the way down to Peter Parker’s crotch, but I’m sure there’s a good reason for it.  But now I’m curious to know what the mask looks like…

Marc Webb’s untitled 3D Spider-Man reboot is due out July 3, 2012.

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The new costume appears to have tiny gold objects attached to the wrist.  Are these web-shooters?  For folks who don’t know, in the original comics, Spider-Man built himself web-shooters that he attached to his wrists.  However, during development of the original Spider-Man, it was decided to make the webshooters an organic mutation since the filmmakers didn’t think it was believable that a high-schooler could build something so advanced.  Here’s a close-up of the possible web-shooters:

spider-man-costume-web-shooters-01

 

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