New artwork has been released for the upcoming Spider-Man 3.
You can check out ComingSoon.net to check out the new poster, where they also report that a new trailer for the film will debut attached to the movie 300.
Also, according to a press release by NBC, the extended look for the movie that will air alongside the March 5 episode of Heroes will be one minute long. But as a bonus, an extended seven and a half minute clip will be available online at NBC.com after the show airs. The clip will be streamed in HD, a first for the website.
From the NBC Press Release:
“‘Heroes’ and Spider-Man both share a common theme: everyday people and how they deal with finding themselves in extraordinary circumstances,” said Valerie Van Galder, President of Domestic Marketing for the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group. “Because of that, this is a great programming marriage it makes for a night of event television and a rare opportunity to see a scene from one of the summer’s most highly anticipated movies. We couldn’t be more excited to unveil seven and a half minutes of the movie to help whet the appetites of Spider-Man fans everywhere.”
“We’re so pleased to be teaming up with Columbia Pictures to present our audience with such an exciting event,” said Vivi Zigler, Executive Vice President, NBC Digital Entertainment and New Media. “This partnership not only gives our users an exclusive sneak-peek at Spider-Man 3 a film they will undoubtedly want to see but also increases the richness of their experience by allowing them to stream it in HD, a first for NBC.com.”
The one-minute Spider-Man 3 clip will drive viewers to NBC.com to see the exclusive seven and a half-minute scene from the movie, which is NBC.com’s first-ever HD-streamed presentation, on any platform. The event will be promoted with ads in USA Today, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and TV Guide, as well as online and on the radio. It will also be heavily promoted on NBC.
Head on over to the source below for more information and to check out a high-resolution snapshot of the poster.