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Snakeoil
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'Amazing Spider-Man 2' adding super-villain The Rhino

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, Paul Giamatti -- currently being seen in "John Dies at the End" -- is in talks to play the Rhino, a.k.a. Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich, a Soviet Block criminal whose rhino-shaped suit gave him super-strength and speed while making him almost invulnerable to injury.

I don't recall the rhino that much from the spider-man comics. I thought he tangled more with Juggernaut.
But then again, they are both similar characters.
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Niarlan
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Juggernaut was more X-men, he was Xaviers half brother...Rhino, Scorpian were created sorta by JJ Jameson who was paying someone to beat Spidey...

Nia



Jay_
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I was never into the comics but was a huge Spider-Man cartoon fan growing up. He did fought Rhino A LOT in the cartoons.
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Alpha Phoenix
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I can't picture Paul Giamatti as The Rhino. Just doesn't fit the bruiser type role...



Snakeoil
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He was awesome in Shoot em up.



Alpha Phoenix
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He was, but that wasn't a bruiser type role that was more of the intellectually brilliant sociopath type role.