A new crop of unofficial images from the New York set of The Amazing Spider-Man sequel indicate that a gag from last year's reboot will be returning for round two.
Over four live-action movies now, we've seen Spider-Man rescuing New Yorkers in many different modes of transportation, from elevated train commuters to pedestrians.
A new crop of unofficial images from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 show that Andrew Garfield's Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man will expand his repertoire in the sequel, putting his back up to a city bus to save at least two people. Oh, and Paul Giamatti's Aleksei Sytsevich isn't sporting Rhino armor in these pictures, but he is armed with a very large weapon and a stunning tracksuit.
Paul Giamatti yelling makes any and every movie that much better, and based on today's big haul of images featuring Giamatti and Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to be greatly augmented by some world class Giamatti yelling.
Plus, he's doing the yelling whilst wearing a track suit and covered in some very intimidating tattoos. These elements of his character's appearance are on display in the first official look at Giamatti as Aleksei Sytsevich, also known as The Rhino. In addition to that officially official peek, a bunch of unofficial set photos show off Rhino and Spidey in an automotive action sequence.
Production on the sequel to last year's The Amazing Spider-Man continues in the Wall-Crawler's native New York City.
That means more unofficial but nonetheless revealing pictures snapped by professional and amateur photographers on the street. The latest batch covers a little action scene involving Andrew Garfield in full, redesigned Spidey regalia, and Jamie Foxx as a pre-Electro Max Dillon.
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Two new, totally official images from the currently filming sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man.
The first of these pictures provides our first look at the rebooted version of Peter Parker's buddy Harry Osborn, showing that in a world where he doesn't look like James Franco, Harry looks a whole lot more like Dane DeHaan.
The second, then, shows that before he turns into Electro, making him look like an albino in a horrific accident at the glowstick factory, Jamie Foxx's character, Ma Dillon, already has a rather unexpected appearance.
Apparently getting electricity powers costs Max Dillion his complexion in the sequel that we're referring to as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for the time being.
Our first look at Jamie Foxx in costume and makeup as Electro has emerged online unofficially, showing us that he's sporting creepy eyes and blue bioluminescent skin.
Marc Webb is one of a very small group of directors entrusted with a massively expensive superhero franchise. As he's been toiling away on The Amazing Spider-Man sequel set for May 2, 2014, he's also become one of an even smaller group of such director who extensively utilize Twitter, keeping a steady chatter about their films going.
Most of returning helmer Webb's updates consist of exceedingly teasery pictures or simply uncommon looks at the making of a big, big movie. But today, he revealed that B.J. Novak will appear in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
A new batch of photos from the set of the Amazing Spider-Man sequel contain no Spider-Men or costumed supervillains.
They're still riveting, though. Probably because these unofficial images include no shortage of looks at Emma Stone and Shailene Woodley. Yeah, that captivates just as well as spandex-wearing superheroics. Better, actually.