Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone Kissing In A Deleted Scene From THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone Kissing In A Deleted Scene From THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) sharing a tender moment on a New York City roof top in a deleted scene from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the story of Peter Parker (Garfield), an outcast high schooler who was abandoned by his parents as a boy, leaving him to be raised by his Uncle Ben (Sheen) and Aunt May (Field). Like most teenagers, Peter is trying to figure out who he is and how he got to be the person he is today. Peter is also finding his way with his first high school crush, Gwen Stacy (Stone), and together, they struggle with love, commitment, and secrets. As Peter discovers a mysterious briefcase that belonged to his father, he begins a quest to understand his parents' disappearance - leading him directly to Oscorp and the lab of Dr Curt Connors (Ifans), his father's former partner. As Spider-Man is set on a collision course with Connors' alter-ego, The Lizard, Peter will make life-altering choices to use his powers and shape his destiny to become a hero.

The Amazing Spider-Man stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Denis Leary, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field. The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray November 9th.

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KNIGHT3000 - 10/21/2012, 3:19 PM
This movie was overwhelmingly terrible... Am I 1st?
TheRock234 - 10/21/2012, 3:20 PM
that pic really looks a lot like Bella and Edward from twlight he even has the Edward hair as well. Not saying they're the same that pic just looks very alike to me.
Shua - 10/21/2012, 3:21 PM
The deleted scenes have been "meh" but I thought the movie was awesome!
jumpingJellybeans - 10/21/2012, 3:25 PM
@knight yes you are the first one to think that.
jumpingJellybeans - 10/21/2012, 3:26 PM
danetooeasy - 10/21/2012, 3:27 PM
ATrueHero1987 - 10/21/2012, 3:28 PM
How many deleted scenes this movie have?! I guess I will find out Nov. 9th
TheEqualist - 10/21/2012, 3:28 PM
DaenerysTargaryen - 10/21/2012, 3:33 PM
Geez how much of this movie was cut out!?!
CaptainObvious - 10/21/2012, 3:39 PM
By the way, how pointless was that one scene of Peter and Gwen web-swinging for five seconds?
Kingdork - 10/21/2012, 3:43 PM
Wow... That was worth leaving on the editing room floor.
Jollem - 10/21/2012, 3:49 PM
the incredible hulk had a buncha deleted scenes
CaptainObvious - 10/21/2012, 4:04 PM
@TheWallCrawlingMenace- In this movie, it's reversed. This time Peter is a self-centered, irresponsible, immature crybaby.

Seriously, Peter was just unlikable in this movie. Everything that is wrong with the character in the comics is present here.
DrDoom - 10/21/2012, 4:07 PM

My thoughts exactly.

Jollem - 10/21/2012, 4:11 PM
i thought andrew played peter pretty damn well. he sold me on being a teenager way more than tobey

sometimes tobey gave me too much of a "a boy's best friend is his mother" serial killer-type vibe
FrozenJoy - 10/21/2012, 4:23 PM
@TASM Haters
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 4:25 PM
Yea youre right Peter wa irresponsible and self centered in this movie becasue he did recieve the famous " great power" speech till the end( well something in the vein of it) and the whole movie fleshed out the Peter Parker character and everyone around him and he wasn't truly spiderman till he learned his lesson at the end. The whole point of this movie was to set up the character of Peter Parker and illustrate how he develops. In the Sam raimi films( the first one) Peter became the perfect, good, hero right after his uncle Ben died and he got the killer. There was no in between development he just became spiderman. Well in TASM he learned from mistakes and learned the need to be responsible and put himself before others( the eggs at the end). But him breaking cap Stacy's promise is the perfect device used to further deepen peters responsiblity( the breaking of the promise foreshadows Gwen's death)
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 4:27 PM
Damn so many spelling mistakes
TheAmazingSpiderMan47 - 10/21/2012, 4:29 PM
that was not a scene ... that was a snipet of a scene .... I WANT THE SCENE NOW!!!
Kingdork - 10/21/2012, 4:30 PM
Spidey31 - "But him breaking cap Stacy's promise is the perfect device used to further deepen peters responsiblity"

Therefore negating any kind of evolution of the character within the movie, as he remains an irresponsible self-centered douche even at the very end of the movie (his last words before the final swing). He clearly didn't learn anything.
FOOM - 10/21/2012, 4:42 PM

Yep, its obvious, you're 101% correct about Peter. Not only was he totally unlikeable in TASM but he also, obviously, bore no ressemblance to the Peter Parker of the comic book. So wrong in far far too many ways to list.
DrDoom - 10/21/2012, 4:44 PM
Go Grif Go
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 4:56 PM
@kingdork correct,thus leading to a more impactful death of Gwen Stacy on the character. This whole trilogy is planned out so it's obvious what they're trying to do
DrDoom - 10/21/2012, 4:58 PM

Gwen's death will be more impactful because Peter is a jerk?

LOL - 10/21/2012, 5:08 PM
The original Peter Parker WAS a social outcast and was pretty much doted on by Uncle Ben and Aunt May, and he was NEVER completely rebellious towards them as they WERE his world outside of his love of science (seeing that in the TASM movie slightly sickened me with the utter disrespect he showed time and again until Uncle Ben was shot - and he was still pretty much a tool to Aunt May sometimes even after that event)... the original Peter Parker was picked upon/bullied, and rarely had any friends. He couldn't relate to most people even though he was smart and a teacher's model student. The transition in Raimi's Parker from zero to hero was more felt than Garfield's transition which wasn't much. As wooden as some people thought Tobey was, the story made the transition more believable as well as for him being a total socially retarded dork - the kind bullies pick on and shoved inside hallway lockers.

TASM was just Twilight watered down and covered up in a Spider-Man dressing. The only persons who I thought was believable was Curt Conners as a good scientist gone loco and Captain Stacey (he was doing exactly what the comic book Captain Stacey would do as a good cop and a father) - hell, even Sally Field as Aunt May did a passable run in her role as the doting and concerned Aunt like in the comics. They just changed Peter and Gwen too much from their original comic book counterparts.
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 5:12 PM
@Acidicheart yes becasue Peter made the irresponsible choice of letting her and keeping her in his hero life. It's called learning a lesson, it's character development.
DrDoom - 10/21/2012, 5:17 PM

And I suppose the fact that Peter forced Gwen to suffer through her father's death alone and then invalidated his final wishes with a cheesy line and have her not hate him is character development too, right?
LOL - 10/21/2012, 5:26 PM
...and for a first part of a new trilogy, THEY STILL HAD HIM UNMASKING EVERY SO OFTEN!
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 5:29 PM
@LOL what transition do you speak off? All we got was kill a guy and look at the new york skyline then BAM he's swingin. Besides Peter in TASM didn't get this speech till the end unlike raimis.
Kingdork - 10/21/2012, 5:31 PM
@Spidey31 - So that version of Peter Parker needs to have 3 people close to him to die before he actually learns something about responsibilities? 3 [frick]ing deaths before he finally gets his shit together? Seriously, that's you call great character development? Uncle Ben dies, he never once question himself, and doesn't get it. Cap Stacy dies after choosing to believe in him, fighting alongside him and understanding what Spider-Man is all about. Tragic heroic death, inspiring speech... This is followed by the last message Uncle Ben sent him via voicemail before he died. Another inspiring speech. And after all that... Peter still doesn't get it, still didn't learn a GODDAMN THING! How is that some great character development?
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 5:36 PM
@Acidicheart those decisions are what makes him irresponsible so yes they do lead him learning the true meaning of responsiblity becasue what he did was so irresponsible and if he had not made those mistakes she wouldn't have died right? While he did learn that he had to be a responsible hero he still made mistakes and will regret them later. So yes they lead to the death of Gwen which serves to teach Peter not to let his loved ones into his hero life thus leading Mary Jane to be in the dark about his alter ego.
Mrcool210 - 10/21/2012, 5:40 PM
its funny that andrew said this was his favoruite scene, and i like it, its a good scene
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 5:42 PM
@kingdork you're questioning the moral of the character rather than the character developments purpose. At the end of TASM he gets the speech he learns about power and responsiblity. I think it's great character development Becasue it Leads to a stronger spiderman the real spiderman. Isn't life all about learning from our mistakes? Isn't life just a constant cycle of learning? So this is great character development, it's illustrates the mistakes that Peter makes and how it's all gonna comeback and bite him in the butt in the end.
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 5:44 PM
Oh yeah it's great character development becasue he LEARNS @ kingdork no offense but your comment doesn't really make sense becasue you're just stating what he has to go through to learn his lesson yet that's the whole purpose of character development, it's developing the character.
CaptainAmerica31 - 10/21/2012, 5:50 PM
Thank you @acidicheart and @kimgdork for helping me prove my point:)
Bread - 10/21/2012, 5:55 PM
i loved this movie so much
DrDoom - 10/21/2012, 5:56 PM

I was talking about Gwen, and how completely unbelievable she acts at the final scene.
LOL - 10/21/2012, 5:56 PM
@Spidey31 - Peter still didn't get the actual speech but an allusion to it in TASM end. And who's to say TASM Peter didn't play the damn message in between scenes following Ben's death before we all saw him play it at the end? There wasn't that much character development at all from the "zero to hero" in TASM that was completely noticeable. In Raimi's first film before he donned the traditional tights, you can see how the message and Ben's death hit more emotionally than in TASM.

I personally didn't see any character change MUCH in TASM's Peter Parker in or out of the suit. The scene with the carjacker with Pete being the costumed bully still went on longer than necessary and came out as an angry arrogant berk way unlike the actual Spidey I read in the comics before...
Kingdork - 10/21/2012, 5:57 PM
@Spidey31 - I think we'll have to disagree on this. I still think a movie should work on its own and shouldn't depend on its sequel to come. Here we have a character that doesn't grow into anything else, and hasn't solved the issue of his moral and psychological weaknesses (which what good character development tends to do). He didn't grow into anything else. He listened to the speech but reverted to his former selfish self at the very end. And on a fanboy side, even despite Andrew Garfield's delightful performance (I gotta hand it to the guy) this isn't the Peter Parker I grew to know and love.
Kingdork - 10/21/2012, 6:06 PM
And I wasn't stating what he has to go through. I stated what he WENT through during the course of the movie. And all of those things didn't lead to any impactful or much needed character change. He remained the same. He didn't learn.
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