‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Easter Eggs, Trivia & References

Published 2 months ago by , Updated May 6th, 2014 at 9:58 am,

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There was once a time when comic book movies would be chock-full of nods to the comic source material, secondary characters in the universe, or even light hints of what may be in store in future sequels. But these days, Easter eggs are a certified means of marketing sequels, teasing spinoffs, and helping comic book fans connect the filmmakers’ dots before mass audiences. It’s especially the case in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Marc Webb’s reboot of the Spider-Man film series already contained a few nods to the comics, but the sequel does far more, essentially laying out several films still to come. Of course, that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of smaller references to the comics, TV shows, or real-life locations used in filming. We’ve gathered up all of them, no matter how subtle they may be, so see how many of these bits of trivia, Easter eggs, and comic book references you spotted. Needless to say, there will be plenty of SPOILERS in our list of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trivia, so read at your own risk.

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Tell-Tale Ringtone

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The first Easter egg is far from  a subtle one, and found when Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) is catching a ride during the high-speed chase in the film’s first act. When receiving a phone call from Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), his ringtone can be heard playing the theme song from the original animated Spider-Man TV series.

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Rhino Underwear

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Comic book fans were more than a little surprised when it was revealed that Rhino – the enormous, musclebound/horned villain – would not only appear in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but would be played by the less-than-intimidating Paul Giamatti. They were even more surprised when the first set photos of Giamatti in costume had him not in a CG rig, but tattooed in a tracksuit.

While Giamatti appears in his full ‘Rhino’ persona at the film’s conclusion, audiences get a brief tease of what’s to come when Peter Parker reveals his underwear of choice: rhino-covered boxers. Perhaps a clue that Aleksei Sytsevich chose the Rhino rig due to his zoological daydreaming? No way to know for sure.

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Stan Lee Cameo

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As is expected in Marvel and Sony’s films, legendary comic book creator Stan Lee makes his appearance early on in Amazing Spider-Man 2. Introduced as one of the family members attending Peter and Gwen’s graduation, Lee witnesses the webslinger’s late arrival, saying, “I think I know that guy.” With Spider-Man one of the heroes most clearly tied to Lee for the past few decades, we would certainly hope so.

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Hint of Villainy

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Although the Daily Bugle newspaper is only mentioned in the film, Sony took the opportunity to use the fiction news outlet as one of its prime pieces of viral marketing. In the weeks and months leading up to the films’ release, multiple villains were teased through the paper’s website, ranging from Cletus Kasady (Carnage), Herman Schultz (Shocker), Frederick Foswell (Big Man) and others. Whether these false news stories were meant as simple allusions for fans of the comics, or a sign of what’s to come… only time will answer that question.

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J. Jonah Jameson

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Saim Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy may not have been a hit with all audiences, but one aspect of the films that garnered universal praise was J.K. Simmons’ performance as Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson. While two films have now been released without an appearance, audiences do get to see that the cruel sense of humor Jameson has become known for is alive and well – even in the form of an email.

Since most viewers are likely to read the message Peter receives from Jameson in Simmons’ voice, it’s no surprise director Marc Webb has admitted that were the character to appear in the flesh, there is a good chance Simmons could be called on to reprise the role. His position on Spider-Man has been established, and now his attitude toward Parker is clear. Hopefully, a cameo (at the very least) is next

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Electro’s Colors

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Die-hard comic fans were somewhat disappointed (or relieved) when it became clear that Marc Webb wouldn’t be adapting Electro’s classic costume for the big screen. Jamie Foxx offered the explanation of his supervillain suit needing “to make sense in 2013,” meaning a sleek black rubber. Not to be completely overlooked, Webb managed to at least reference the original colors, in the form of Max’s green and yellow-iced birthday cake (he got it from Spider-Man!).

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Spider-Slayer

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One of the most outspoken bullies of Oscorp employee Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) is his superior, Alistair Smythe (B.J. Novak). While indirectly responsible for the creation of ‘Electro,’ comic fans recognize the name as belonging to the supervillain Spider-Slayer. Outfitted with a metal armored carapace and a serious hatred of Spider-Man, Smythe would become a threat to both Peter Parker and the Daily Bugle’s editor J. Jonah Jameson.

Jameson had first hired Smythe’s brilliant father to construct a series of Spider-Slayer machines, but the destruction of them also led to the scientist’s death, sending his son Alistair on a quest for revenge on both his father’s target and his benefactor.

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Villain Namedrops

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With some of Spider-Man’s most famous villains known to comic book fans and those who saw Raimi’s trilogy, the various teases of villains were perhaps not as shocking as possible. Possibly to counter that expectation, the first trailers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 dropped some shocking names, uncovered when Harry Osborn scrolls through the many files and secret projects bequeathed to him by his father.

Including Venom, Morbius, Doctor Octopus, and a possible reference to Kraven the Hunter, the vague allusions are likely not all seriously planned for future films. But the contents of Oscorp’s ‘Special Projects’ department are explicit hints at what comes next for the franchise.

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The signature equipment of Spider-Man villains Vulture and Doc Ock are featured prominently in the film (along with a pair of actors who fit the profiles in supporting roles), and Sony removed all doubt by revealing what might end up being the cast of the upcoming Sinister Six spinoff.

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Canine Cameo

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Once Peter has sworn off a relationship with Gwen, he proves unable to abandon her completely, following her from rooftops as she goes about her life. In one scene, Stacy can be seen walking her dog – but it isn’t just any dog. In fact, it’s Ren, the golden retriever that real-life couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield adopted in 2012.

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Felicia Hardy/Black Cat

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Casual moviegoers were probably startled out of their seats when the young woman present at Harry Osborn’s first meeting with Oscorp’s leadership revealed that her name was ‘Felicia,’ sending comic fans in the theater into squeals of delight. For the unaware, Felicia Hardy (played by Felicity Jones) is the name of the classic Spider-Man villain/love interest known as Black Cat, although her skills at burglary and costume are nowhere to be seen in the finished film.

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The character’s backstory has varied over the years, but it’s possible that a turn toward villainy is in store. Especially when you consider that a scene between Felicia and Harry (post-Goblin-transformation) was teased in trailers, but is removed from the final cut.

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“Whatever a Spider Can”

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More a clever line of dialogue than a hidden nod to the source material, Harry Osborn explains to Peter that his father’s genetic research not only gave Spider-Man his strength and acrobatics, but granted him the ability to “do everything a spider can.” The slight tweaking of the classic theme song verse “does whatever a spider can” is sure to elicit a chuckle from older fans, but is subtle enough to slip past plenty of the unfamiliar.

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Nod To The Roots

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With Peter Parker’s future career as a photographer for the Daily Bugle teased, audiences also got to hear that regardless of the reboot, Jameson is still anything but generous when it comes to paying his freelance photogs. Peter informs his aunt that while he’s making money selling Spider-Man photos, Jameson’s rates would be fair “if it were 1961.”

This could be read as a reference to the original comic book series’ launch, except Spider-Man’s first appearance was published in 1962, in “Amazing Fantasy” #15. While one year separates the line from a truly clever historical reference, Parker’s enthusiasm for pay that is next to nothing today was a nice touch.

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Ravencroft Institute

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The Ravencroft Institute acts as the prison/asylum/treatment facility for the super-powered Electro and Harry Osborn in the film, but is torn from the pages of Marvel Comics. In the film, the chief medical officer – Dr. Ashley Kafka – has her gender swapped (played instead by Martin Csokas), but much of the other purposes of the facility remain intact. It’s unclear how many ‘patients’ are stored at Ravencroft in the film universe, but in the comics, several of the most dangerous and deranged criminals have called it home at one time or another.

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Warren Connection

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The appearance of Ravencroft Institute in the film offered the filmmakers plenty of time to pay homage to both real-life and fictional figures. It’s unclear – but entirely possible – that the mention of long-serving ‘Dr. Thomas Warren’ on one of the building’s plaques is meant to imply a connection to Miles Warren, known to comic fans as ‘Jackal.’ Whether he appears in future films as either personality, this namedrop shows just how interconnected Marvel films have become.

Before Miles Warren’s biological experiments with the human genome led to the creation of ‘Jackal,’ he studied under the guidance of Herbert Wyndham, a.k.a. the ‘High Evolutionary.’ It was Wyndham who led to the creation of Jessica Drew’s ‘Spider-Woman,’ not to mention crossing paths with the newborn ‘Quicksilver’ and ‘Scarlet Witch’ – Magneto’s twins – set to appear in The Avengers: Age of Ultron. (Editor’s note: We chose not to highlight the typos.)

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SUNY Maritime

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It isn’t just comic book characters that the filmmakers decided to honor in their construction of Ravencroft; with the filming taking place on location at SUNY Maritime College in The Bronx, the production team decided to include a few nods to real life sailors. In this case, (at least some of) the ‘distinguished researchers’ seen above are actually names of past naval officers.

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Itsy Bitsy Spider

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During the climactic battle between Spider-Man and Electro, the fast-flowing villain moves quickly from one power conduit to another, attacking Spidey incessantly while also emitting loud musical notes. The fact that the song is actually “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” may have been missed by some audience members, leading to Peter informing us all that he “hates that song.”

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Will She or Won’t She?

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Generally, the death of a main character is something movie studios tend to keep under wraps. But in the case of Gwen Stacy, her character’s fate has been sealed for decades. Initially, both Webb and Stone played off the inevitability of her death, claiming they may end up straying from the comics. But when Stone was seen on set in the exact mint coat and purple skirt in which her comic book counterpart perished, the writing was on the wall.

Webb played with expectations somewhat, featuring not one, but three separate chances for Stacy to drop to her death, before proving that the third time was the charm, with her death mirroring that of the comics nearly identically.

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The Clock Strikes

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The uninitiated may have been too caught up in wondering if Spider-Man would manage to save Gwen from a lethal fall to notice the exact details of the clocktower’s inner workings. At the height of tension, Spidey is fending off Goblin with one hand, holding Gwen with the other, and keeping the clock’s gears from moving with a foot. When the pressure becomes too much, the gears shatter, sending the hands of the clock spinning.

When the hands finally do come to rest, they do so at the 1:21 position. With “The Night Gwen Stacy Died” appearing in “The Amazing Spider-Man” #121, the filmmakers kept yet another dimension of the original intact.

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Gustav Fiers

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While the only mid- or post-credits scene Amazing Spider-Man fans got was a trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the button scene from the previous film introduced one of the largest mysteries in the film’s universe to date. With the appearance of a mystery man clinging to the shadows, it was clear more forces were at work than director Marc Webb would admit.

At the time, we suspected the figure could help the films build to a Sinister Six blockbuster, and while that seems to be the case, the man himself was also revealed in the course of this film. He is none other than Gustav Fiers (played by Michael Massee), a figure who may be unknown to comics fans, but a key player in author Adam-Troy Castro’s novels concerning the Sinister Six. It is Fiers who assembles the Six to help execute a citywide attack, but his motivations in the film remain a mystery.

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Rhino’s Breakout

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It wasn’t until the film’s final scene that Paul Giamatti got to appear in a suit befitting his ‘Rhino’ moniker, with the design of the finished suit taken from the “Ultimate Spider-Man” comics more than the classics (although given a stronger Transformers feel, as opposed to Iron Man). But another easter egg for Marvel fans was dropped in the news coverage leading up to his showdown with Spider-Man.

It is Harry Osborn who masterminds Aleksei Sytsevich’s escape from prison, as well as his new ‘sinister’ identity. But Rhino is revealed to not have escaped from some random prison, but ‘The Vault’ – the high security penitentiary reserved for Marvel’s supervillains. The exact design and purpose of The Vault has varied in the comics, but expect to see more of it in future films.

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It’s On… Again

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Although there may not have been the mid- or post-credits scene revealing the future of the Amazing Spider-Man franchise as fans have come to expect from other Marvel films, fans weren’t left out of the fun entirely. Instead of simply showing audiences their tease for the future, Sony required people use the Shazam app while Alicia Keyes’ “It’s On Again” played during the credits to unlock a brief teaser video from inside Oscorp.

Far from a teaser image or open-ended reference, the unlocked video essentially revealed the roster of the upcoming Sinister Six film. It’s not an official list, but equipment tied to the likes of Green Goblin, Kraven the Hunter (pictured above), Vulture, Doctor Octopus, Rhino, and possibly Black Cat are all visible.

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Bonus:

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Comic book fans have been trained to keep an eye out for nearly every background name, detail, or address that pops up in a superhero film. So when Oscorp Tower was revealed to be located at 1525 Avenue of the Americas, fans likely expected to find the address to be that of Marvel’s New York office, or even a Sony headquarters. So what really rests at the given street number? Nothing. The Avenue of the Americas terminate at Central Park before ever reaching so high a number.

The actual stand-in for Oscorp Tower’s exterior and interior is Hearst Tower located at 300 West 57th Street, but enter the address provided in the film into Google Maps, and you’ll be dropped in the center of the intersection of the patriotic avenue and West 59th Street. Take a look around, and what will you see? A few things, actually.

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Besides the mystery plushie pinned spider-like to the second floor window, a bicycle taxi sporting an advertisement for a live-action Spider-Man is prominently visible, with a theatrical poster for Emma Stone’s Crazy, Stupid, Love. The presence of both means this photo was likely taken after Stone’s romantic comedy was released in theaters, but before the original Amazing Spider-Man. The fact that they appear directly opposite is either an incredibly overwrought Easter egg, or a complete coincidence.

As further evidence that Marvel Comics and New York City share a serious amount of DNA, the intersection also sports the famous statue of South American political leader Simon Bolivar, the namesake of X-Men: Days of Future Past‘s antagonist Bolivar Trask and his brother Simon.

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Conclusion

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Those are all the Easter eggs, bits of comic book trivia, and subtle references fans can look out for on repeat viewings, but if you have any that we may have missed, please share them in the comments.

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If you’ve seen the movie and want to discuss details about the film without worrying about spoiling it for those who haven’t seen it, please head over to our Amazing Spider-Man 2 Spoilers Discussion.

For an in-depth discussion of the film by the Screen Rant editors check out our Amazing Spider-Man 2 episode of the SR Underground podcast.

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  1. POSSIBLE EASTER EGG:

    When Harry enters Ravencroft about two-thirds in the movie, he passes by Dr Kafka who’s escorting some almost naked black man, maybe in chains. We get a good shot of him, and Harry looks at him for a few seconds and then goes on to see Electro.

    I have no idea if this is a Easter Egg, but I can’t find anything on this on the web (no pun intended), and it stroke me as something important.

    Has anyone noticed it as well?

    • power man maybe?

      • Power man is DC, its mostly Taskmaster or Nick Fury’s crazy psycho mercenary brother….

        • it’s most likely*

          Taskmaster is a black guy

          and Nick Fury has a crazy psycho brother who tries to hurt down Spiderman to get to Fury…

          • Maybe, yeah, he seemed young though, but everybody is young in this franchise, so… I’ll watch it again to make sure.

        • Power Man DC? NOPE… Power Man was the nickname of Luke Cage.

          Also, it can’t be Taskmaster cause he was part of the Avengers comics mostly.

          • Taskmaster is part of toons of spider-man comics, like the death of gwen one, lol…..

        • Power man is marvel……you know LUKE CAGE?And he is with Disney not SONY.

        • Power Man meaning Luke Cage, Marvel Character, who got his unbreakable skin from experiments being done on prisoners. He would fit the profile.

        • Power Man is very much Marvel. He has teamed up with Spider-Man in the comics, and he also had his own comic books series, as well as half of the “Power Man and Iron Fist” comic series.

    • I saw that too! It stood out way too much to not be something. I also saw what looked like a round Spider-man mask in the final Electro fight scene. It looked like it was spray painted onto the wall or something.

  2. When peter leaves the “Roosevelt” train, that his father did his work in..he is shown walking out, listening to Gwens voicemail, while he listens to it… he goes near a wall that has graffiti written all over it. To his right, on the wall, there is a deadpool drawing. This is shown a couple of times over a matter of 10-15 seconds. I have researched this and not found anything, but I am positive with what I saw. Please let me know if it has been seen by others.

    • I’m almost certain I saw it too – the Deadpool logo drawn as graffiti on the wall on the tunnel. I cannot find anything about it either!

  3. When Harry goes into the special projects room with that hostage, before you see Doc Ocks tentacles, there is a cell further back, with a red glow. In this cell press against the glass appears to be a black shadow, stringy. looks to me like the Venom Symbiote. Did anyone else see this or did i imagine it?

    • I noticed that as well, I also noticed a deadpool cameo, that I haven’t found anybody else talking about.

      • Please enlighten us!

  4. so many awesome easter eggs =D

  5. A spiderman like face on wall during Electro fight on the latter end on film.

    • YYYEEEESSSSS!!!

  6. My prediction for future of “Amazing Spiderman Universe” (villains only)

    Amazing Spiderman 3: In this part Alistair Smythe’s project is shut downed because of an incident by Spiderman he wants revenge and creates “spider slayes” BUT in this version he gives technology to Scorpion and Hydro Man. Together they try to slay spiderman. Scorpion and Hydro Man turn to the good side at the end, Alistair Smythe dies by Scorpion. Scorpion and Hydro Man give up costumes. Dr. Morbius is shown in the movie to work in Oscorp as an easter egg introduction. Gustav Fiers is revealed to be the man in the plan in the beginning of Amazing Spiderman 2. Black Cat joins Sinister Six.

    Venom Movie: Eddie Brock becomes Venom. In this movie Symbiote crashes from space and it experimented on by Dr. Morbius. The symbiote makes it’s way to Eddie, while Dr. Morbius mutates the “small leftover” symbiote and it effects him in a bad way making him into a vampire type thing in need of Eddie’s blood to survive. Venom kills Morbius. Vulture is recruited to Sinister Six.

    Sinister Six: Vulture, Doctor Octopus, Black Cat, Green Goblin, Rhino and Mysterio are part of sinister six. Black Cat or either Green Goblin sides with Spider Man in the end. Lizard sides with Spider Man but is killed by either Doctor Octopus or Mysterio.

    Amazing Spiderman 4: Venom and Spiderman team up to defeat Carnage.

    • correction: Dr Morbius infected by Vampire Bats :P

    • also replace hydro man with shocker :P

    • I dunno if you’ve been reading this site for long or what, but we know the Symbiote will not come from space, and that the Venom movie will come after the Sinister Six movie.

  7. Why is Screenrant so dead set on that last Sinister Six teaser screenshot being Black Cat? It’s fairly obvious that it’s the Ultimate version of Mysterio. A mask, with smoke…

    All of the Sinister Six will have an apparatus that augments an ability for them. I highly doubt there to be a mask in which Felicia Hardy puts on her face that in turn gives her the ability to scale walls like a cat burglar with increased agility and dexterity.

    I’m not sure how they intend Kraven to work, but I see from screens of the new Spiderman animated series that his little emblem glows on certain occasions. Shocker would have made more sense, in line with the others.

  8. Amazing Spider-Man 2 was trully amazing I loved the whole Avengers universe building tool they used in this film and I can’t wait to see Sinester Six film then Amazing Spider-Man 3 I hope they broaden the scope and action of the third film :)

  9. Forgot hydro in the electro final battle shown on the wall briefly seen in the battle.

  10. LOL.

    They’re gonna make a spin-off film about the mail man! These dweebs are so desperate to copy marvel’s success!

  11. Actually there are a couple of Easter eggs to Raimi spider man. Dehan killed it in this movie, he just brought it one level up here, the worst part is Sally Field, never has there been more annoying Aunt May and Felicia Hardy, that girl just can’t act…

  12. The one everyone thinks of Kraven,it looks more like Green Goblin’s head glider…http://marvel.wikia.com/Goblin_Glider Could be wrong though. Seeing that the turret/wing looking this also looks glider-ish. Maybe Hobgoblin and Greengoblin? I dunno. But it doesn’t say Kraven at all to me.

  13. There is an other easter egg : when Peter enter on the internet ” Roosevelt ”, he see a picture of a cable railway, and that is a cable railway who appeared in Spiderman 1 when the Green Goblin want to kill Mary Jane or other people who where in this cable railway ”Roosevelt”

  14. Hello everyone :)..
    guys please help me with the soundtrack that was played when peter goes to meet gwen, after he received her phone call on the beach!!
    ps: the soundtrack started when peter was crossing the road…where after meeting they set some friendship rules).

    • Song for Zula by Phosphorescent

  15. When Peter sends e-mail to Jameson we can see in his inbox Mary Jane’s name and message.

    • this is probably less of an easter egg, and more something that they should have cut out with the rest of mary jane’s part

      • insertoil, why? so the movie won’t be alike with Raimi’s? both are based on comics of the same title, resemblance is inevitable. and I think Peter needs relationship.

  16. When rhino is charging spidey, I noticed a red star with a yellow outline on his right arm… in the same place Bucky from “captian America” had a star on his left arm… I think this means that the soviets created the Rhino suit, and they may be working alongside Oscorp.

    • i agree do you remember peter parkers dad admits in the video he left for peter saying some foreigners funded his research maybe the foreigners are soviet … idk ??? has to do with buckys are and rhinos suite maybe same material ???

    • i agree do you remember peter parkers dad admits in the video he left for peter saying some foreigners funded his research maybe the foreigners are soviet … idk ??? has to do with buckys arm and rhinos suite maybe same material ???

  17. Hello everyone,
    guys please help me with the soundtrack that was played when peter goes to meet gwen after he receives her call on the beach where he shared words with harry.
    (the soundtrack started when peter started crossing the road while staring gwen)

  18. Hey what about the kid at the end with the Spider-Man costume can he be Mile Morales?

    • If they turn Miles Morales into a nerdy little white kid fans are going to be really pissed.

    • No, it isn’t Miles. They introduced him as Jorge when Spidey saved him earlier in the film.

  19. the chameleon is also russian maybe he is Gustav Fiers. He wears the same hat and coat as in the comics. Face not shown bec he has no face

  20. “The original trilogy was not a hit with everyone”?! It’s considered to be constitued of some of the best superhero movies ever made and it paved the way for all superhero movies today. Do your research.
    And TASM1 & 2 (the second admittedly better than the first one) are movies that received very mixed reviews, both received much less praising than SP1 & 2 got when they were made.

    • At the time the first and second ones came out, maybe they were. I think there are a LOT more people now who feel differently. The new ones are vastly superior, IMO, and I know a ton of other people who feel the same. So yes, he was correct in saying the first three weren’t a hit with EVERYone.

  21. I thought the movie was fantastic seeing as how it is much better than the first and with being a different franchise I appreciate this world. In some ways I think the characters are more realized.

    I’m sick of the comparisons to the original trilogy but there is no way around that. I feel that the reboot has less cheese factor and more nods to the comic origins. I think Andrew Garfield does a great job as Spider-Man and originally I thought I’d hate him.

    Emma Stone is incredible in the two movies.

  22. When Peter was talking to Harry skipping stones:
    Peter’s camera strap had little circles with eyes on it that. The color pattern was red and blue….they were spiderman faces like the ones on the cover of the old 80′s/90′s comic books in the corners.

  23. Hello ALL, The pics of the villains are as follows: Rhino, Vulture, Kraven, Doc Oc, Green Goblin, Shocker/Mysterio, I forget exactly on the last one, but this was proved to me by another by right clicking the pics & doing a “save as” reveled the naming convention of THE VILLANS. Can that change, of course, but it was put out there by the people who know.(or thought they did at that time). GO MARVEL UNIVERSE!!!!

  24. I need to know the song which peter hear when he break up with gwen and then he enter the internet and browsing about roosevelt. Thanks before.

  25. there’s a short scene where Peter has a cold, in the issue in which Gwen dies Peter has a cold.

  26. has anyone noticed the counting up to 17 in the movie right before THAT scene I’ve only caught the 15 on the oscorp address and the 16 on Gwen’s cab, and the 17 on the license plate on the cop car Gwen hits Electro with please elaborate on this for me.

  27. Remember the kid who was competing with Gwen in molecular medicin for a place at oxford? He was never actually in the movie, only mentioned by Gwen. Was he a reference too? Some X-men kid maybe. I’m probably reading way too much into this but everything seems to be a reference in this amazing movie (sorry) so I thought I might ask if anyone knows for sure

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  29. What about (possibly) Venom swinging on a building

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