Wednesday February 16, 2011 9:10 pm
Spider-Man Movie Gets A Title!
For months it’s been called the Untitled Spider-Man Reboot. That title, which I was secretly hoping would stay, has been tossed aside like dreams of a Green Hornet sequel.
As of this week, the new Spider-Man movie finally has an official title: The Amazing Spider-Man, the name of the original Spider-Man monthly comic book. But as with anything, there was a long list of possible, but rejected, titles.
Here, from the not-so-top-secret files of Marvel, are the top 10 rejected titles for the 2012 Spider-Man movie:
10. Iron Man 3
9. $pectacular $pider-Man
8. Not The Spider-Man Musical
7. Spider-Man 4-D
6. Amazing Fantasy #15
5. Spidey (Sorry, we’re saving that one for the Pixar version)
4. Still No Money For Ditko
3. Clone Of Spider-Man 1
2. Two And A Half Spider-Men
And, finally, the last rejected title for the new Spider-Man movie:
1. Money In The Bank
[Artwork: The Amazing Spider-Man, © Marvel; image snagged from Comic Book Resources]
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