Vague Details From The Amazing Spider-Man's Teaser Trailer Revealed?
Being that a teaser trailer is pretty much guaranteed in the coming weeks for Sony and Marc Webb's reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man, it's no surprise a description has already hit.
While a teaser trailer for Marc Webb's much-anticipated 'Spider-Man' revision, The Amazing Spider-Man, will debut during next week's San Diego Comic-Con convention, a possible vague description has hit the net, via Movie Web. With the source supposedly being a "Comic-Con employee who got an early look," take it with a grain of salt as you read below.
"1. Trailer opens with Peter Parker [Andrew Garfield] being beaten by bullies, one of which is played by Chris Zylka.
2. Shots of Dr.Connors [Rhys Ifans] being injected by a greenish fluid in a lab.
3. Shot of Parker being bitten by a spider,in his own house in what appears to be an attic lab.
4. Shots of Gwen Stacy's face, Uncle Ben's face and Aunt May's face.
5. Shot of an alley with Ben [Martin Sheen] and Parker, then one of a dying Ben who utters 'With Greatest power must come greatest responsibility, never forget that.'
6. Shot of Parker putting on the costume, camera angle from his back. He turns and is now atop The Empire State Building.
7. Goes black for a few seconds, we hear some monstrous sounds and cut to Connors' lab where his foot transforms into a scaly one. Goes black and we hear roars.
8. Then we see a giant web with the title The Amazing Spider-Man. Coming Next Summer in 3d and Imax."
As mentioned above, with just a week til we see for ourselves, or at least a more credible description, take it with grain of salt. However, what do you think?
The Amazing Spider-Man focuses more on Peter Parker’s high school days and the development of his powers while navigating the troubles of a brainy geek in high school. And starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Denis Leary, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field, the films swings into theaters July 3, 2012 in 3D!
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