6 Realities Spider-Man 2 You Probably Didn’t Know – To this day, Spider-Man 2 is still the most successful Spider-Man adaptation. Both from the narrative factor, the income in the cinema, until the peak won several awards at the Oscars in 2005.
Talking about Spider-Man 2, apparently there is a narrative and some good evidence that we probably don’t know yet, you know! What are some? Nach. This time, we will tell you 7 evidences of the Spider-Man 2 movie that you didn’t know. What are some? Right here is the review.
1. Tobey Maguire Could Not Believe That The Sequel Will Be Successful
Apparently, actor Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) was initially skeptical about this sequel project. When he reads the script that has been given, Tobey has a lot of negative feelings that basically can’t believe that this project will be as successful as the first film.
But as we all know, Tobey’s indecision was completely wrong. Because Spider-Man 2 successfully received a lot of positive reviews.
2. Dock Ock’s hands are real property
While the film industry today is very familiar with CGI, Sam Raimi in that period matched CGI with some practical effects quite well. One of them is the hands stuck behind Doctor Octopus’ body.
Sam Raimi and producer Laura Ziskin used real property for the hands. Some crew get a job to move it during the shooting process.
3. Versus Director’s Cut Shows Jonah Jameson Wearing Spider-Man Suit
For some viewers who saw the versus Premiere and who appeared on tv, may not get this episode. Because the episode of Jonah Jameson wearing a Spider-Man suit only existed in versus Director’s Cut back in 2007.
For the premiere version, we only get the episode of Jonah Jameson hanging Spider-Man’s clothes on the Daily Bugle office wall.
4. Actor Aunt May Does His Own Stunt
Rosemary Harris, actor Aunt May at that time became one of the oldest actors in the first sequel. At the time of taking pictures, he was already 70 years old. However, Harris still does his own stunts. Even during the episode with Doctor Octopus.
5. There is an obsolete Sam Raimi movie recommendation in Spider-Man 2
Remember the episode above? It was the episode when Doctor Octopus was in the hospital because of his unsuccessful trial run. Apparently, this episode is a homage of 2 films that Sam Raimi holds. Namely The Evil Dead, which was launched in 1981 and Army of Darkness, which was launched in 1992.
6. Train Episodes Have Been Expected Since The First Spider-Man
One of the episodes that is quite eye-catching and really intensive is the confrontation of Doctor Octopus and Spider-Man in a train. Apparently, Sam Raimi has made a description of the episode in his storyboard while still working on the first Spider-Man. Starting from taking pictures to be taken to the decision to use CGI to complete this episode.