The Amazing Spider-Man is looking like one helluva reboot and one of the more interesting parts of the debut trailer, and the film in general, is that there will be first person web slinging.
Yes, you’ll get to experience web slinging in the new movie from the eyes of Spider-Man. Director Marc Webb says 3D will actually make those scenes even more special, from TotalFilm:
“There’s an experiential component to 3D that’s really fantastic,” he added, “and we’re experimenting with generating that point of view so you feel how Spider-Man feels when he’s jumping over these buildings… We made a conscious effort to do those effects practically and we had an incredible stunt team. We built this whole rig – hundreds of feet long – in Harlem, and we actually swung a man through traffic down the street.”
That’s certainly cool that they swung a dude around Harlem to re-create Spider-Man’s web-slinging antics. The problem is that 3D already makes people feel nauseous. What will happen when the 3D plus fast-paced web-slinging and moving around in first person is thrown in?