Look Out! Screenshots of "Spider-Man 3"

by | January 24, 2007 | Comments

It won’t arrive in theaters for more than three months, but the spoilers, interviews, and other assorted information regarding "Spider-Man 3" are already in full swing — it’s almost as if the studio was looking for free advance publicity or something. And now, courtesy of IGN Movies, we’ve got 22 new stills from the movie to stare at. They won’t last you until May 4 — but then again, at the rate this stuff is leaking out, they won’t have to.

Head on over to the IGN gallery and take a look at Tobey Maguire’s Spidey punching the guts right out of Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, Bryce Dallas Howard being cute as a button, Gwen Stacy style, and other assorted scenes from your favorite webcrawler’s upcoming onscreen adventures!


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