^ They are going to have to convince me to see it in the theater for sure. Whereas, for another Raimi/Maguire movie, I would need no convincing. (Despite Spider-Man 3's mis-steps.)
Personally I was kind of ready for a new direction. I love Raimi, but he was repeating the same themes again and again, and his bright, comic booky style was starting to feel way too familiar and predictable.
As for the new guy, I like his look. I've always preferred a Spidey who was a little thinner and ganglier, and this guy seems to have that look to him.
Not sure I really buy him as a high schooler, but oh well.