Just yesterday, Sony Pictures unveiled the first theatrical trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The action-packed glimpse at Peter Parker's next ordeal rolled out many a villain and posed as many new questions as it answered.
So any fan who just can't wait until May 2, 2014 will be happy to find that there's already a commentary version of the trailer in which Marc Webb, Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Dane DeHaan, and Jamie Foxx talk about what's happening in the trailer and what to expect from the sequel.
Between today's teaser trailer and the recent big triptych poster, and the reveal of at least one extra villain in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, your spider-sense ought to be tingling at least a little bit.
Not letting one ounce of hype escape unsqueezed this week, Sony Pictures has also rolled out what seems to be a first listen to the sequel's musical score, along with eight official images showing off Marc Webb's acting ensemble.
The teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is piled high with the kind of webslinging action that ought to get audiences salivating for Peter Parker's next spandex-clad adventure.
Our most substantial look at next summer's sequel reveals a whole lot about the story and, crucially, the villains Spider-Man's facing this time. More importantly, it plays like director Marc Webb is leaving it all out on the field with this one.
Prepare to be buttered up for the debut of The Amazing Spider-Man 2's teaser trailer this Thursday.
The butter, in this instance, is an official version of the triptych banner that confirms which Osborn goes Green Goblin. Oh, and also five stills showing the webslinger and Electro in action both together and apart.
The first teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swings, triple-flips, and lands gracefully online December 5th.
We're warming up the big show on Thursday with a first look at a triptych poster that pits Spider-Man – in his redesigned costume – against a bevy of bad guys, from Electro to the Rhino to a rebooted Green Goblin.
Thanks to the phenomenal success of Marvel Studios, it's no longer enough for a studio to have a major superhero franchise.
Now, shared universes are the new hotness, True Believers, and it's looking likely that Sony Pictures is going to make hay with familiar Spider-Man characters in their own cinematic adventures.
Hey Spider-fans, an official picture from next year's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is here to show Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon prior to becoming the villainous Electro.
Not only that, but this picture is accompanied by two images that we've seen before, but only in cruddy low-resolution scans and whatnot. With the new versions, you get much better looks at Andrew Garfield and Dane DeHaan as Peter Parker and Harry Osborn, as well as Peter's cluttered bedroom.
Spider-Man does whatever a spider can, as well as many, many things that a spider cannot.
Romancing the beautiful Gwen Stacy, for example, facing off against the villainous Electro, and wearing a nice fireman's hat while wielding a fire hose. He's doing all of these things in a trio of pictures from next summer's The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Two nuggets of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 news for you today, True Believers!
1. The first trailer for Andrew Garfield's second round of web-slinging is set to arrive this December, accompanying The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
2. Director Hans Zimmer and director Marc Webb have apparently formed a supergroup of big-name musicians to contribute to the sequel's score to an as-yet unexplained extent.
Okay, we still know very little about Woody Allen's latest film, but we know a little more than we used to, and we have two first-look images showing off Emma Stone, Marcia Gay Harden, and Colin Firth.
Importantly, we also now know that Allen's next is titled Magic in the Moonlight.