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Spider-Man - I Eye the World Trade Center
Just after Peter Parker becomes spider-man and it shows fast interviews (someone mentions bug man) well look at one of the guys newspaper - it says bank robbery foiled, he hung the bad guys chopper between the WTC towers. A few seconds later we can see the WTC tower's reflection in the eyes of Spider-man, why? because the bank robbery were a deleted scene, the scene were deleted because of the attack...that's why we don't see the robbery but still see the WTC.
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JimmyGoGO on 08-16-2004
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Marty McFly, Time Traveller writes:
This is NOT a Slip-up!!!! The situation regarding the bank robbers' chopper suspended between the WTC Towers in a spider web is a TRAILER, not a DELETED SCENE! The WTC Towers can also be in the background of some scenes in the movie, including the reflection of them in Spider-Man's eyes. The filmmakers chose not to digitally remove them, obivously because they kinda wanted to remember them and the trailer they were seen in. If you had famous buildings in the background of YOUR movie that were destroyed in real life, would you want to digitally remove them? Of course not! I wouldn't.
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tarantinofan writes:
rissa you are totally right, spider man was created around the 60's in "amazing marvel" thats his first appearance, and if i remember modern world history right, the world trade center was around during that time, nice try dude but the slip-up just isn't good.
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Rissa writes:
Even if the WTC never appears in the movie, one has to assume that in the Spiderman universe the buildings are still standing. Therefore, Spiderman has every right to look at them, and for them to be reflected - am I right?
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danny angel writes:
They kept that in as a tribute. Bravo.
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granty_uk writes:
I disagree, I am sure i did hear that they left the reflection of the WTC in on purpose
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