Come check out two new international television spots for Sony Pictures' The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The film was directed by Marc Webb and stars Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker/Spider-Man.
For those of you worrying that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was going to do a Spider-Man 3 by throwing in way too many villains, director Marc Webb has now assured fans that there's a reason for all the characters to be there, revealing that The Rhino's role is in fact a small one.
Still don't feel like you've seen enough footage from The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Well, you'll love this new featurette then as it features both new scenes from the Marc Webb helmed sequel and interviews with the cast and crew. Hit the jump to check it out!
3 short clips from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man sequel have surfaced online (Thanks to the Kellogg's swinging Game), giving us glimpses of some fresh new footage. Hit the jump to see some extended shots of Spidey swinging in the streets on NYC!
Sony Pictures has provided the Daily Mail with their latest featurette for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. This one focuses on Peter Parker's romantic relationship with Gwen Stacy.
Next issue of SFX has Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) on their cover, with a quote that perhaps foreshadows Gwen's fate. "After this movie, Peter Parker is never going to be the same!"
This week we look at the recent talk of getting Spider-Man in the Avengers, a new Star Wars villain, Godzilla, another Matrix trilogy, the costumes of Batman VS Superman plus Fast & Furious 7. Check it all out and more after the jump!
Promotion for the Marc Webb directed Spidey sequel has been in full swing lately, even to the point of overkill for many fans - but there is no denying the outright coolness of these motion posters, so click on to take a look at the Webhead do his thing in the concrete jungle on NYC.
Including a new still of Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), more promo artwork has surfaced online for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 offering a new look at Electro (Jamie Foxx) and Spidey himself. Check it out!
Looks like things at OsCorp have gone a bit feral. The cross species genetics project, responsible for the creation of everyone's favourite wall crawler, is being shut down. Hit the jump for the full news from NYC!