Is This Proof that Christoph Waltz is in The Amazing Spider-Man?

Is This Proof that Christoph Waltz is in <i>The Amazing Spider-Man</i>?

For a long time Christoph Waltz had been rumored to be up for a villain in the movie, but once news came that Rhys Ifans had landed the role of The Lizard talk seemed to have died down. Who is Christoph playing? Norman Osborn perhaps?

Thanks to SHH's Pac-Master for the find & JaD for the screengrab

Originally Posted by Pac-Master
If you download the ASM trailer off of the PSN store, they list Christoph Waltz as part of the cast.

The actor has been on quite the tear ever since he demonstrated his amazing acting chops in Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds. Where he played a Nazi who has an adapt ability to track down Jewish people. He played the role with multiple shades, and stole scene after scene, outshining Mr. Brad Pitt in the process. Since then he has been the talk of the town, and studio after studio has been trying to attach him to one big movie after the other.

Last we heard of Waltz and his possible involvement with The Amazing Spider-man it was a rumor he would play The Lizard. But what if that was all a smoke screen, and the whole time he was being brought in for another villain? Norman Osborn perhaps? It seems very strange that in the trailer they make many references to Norman's company Oscorp, yet we still don't know who is playing that character. Most have assumed the role might not even be cast til the sequel comes out, but this might prove differently. What do you guys 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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