‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ UK Final Trailer and IMAX Collector’s Poster

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At this point it seems like I’m lobbing up an easy joke when I refer to this “Final Trailer” for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, as most fans (or even casual onlookers) feel like Sony has released so much footage from the film that there’s nothing left to actually pay to see. While there is no arguing about the amount of footage that’s been shown in advanced, one can argue that the quality of what’s been shown has improved over time. When we recently got to see the first fifteen minutes of Amazing Spider-Man 2 in big-screen 3D, we were even more impressed with the final product.

For those worried about watching the footage above and having MORE of the movie spoiled for them in advanced – never fear! There’s literally nothing new to see in this trailer that wasn’t already shown in the final Amazing Spider-Man 2 domestic trailer!

Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb and writer James Vanderbilt are joined by Fringe writing team Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Jeff Pinkner, for a sequel chapter that moves past the untold re-told origin story and aims to blow the Spider-Man movie franchise wide open into a larger movie universe. By the time Amazing Spider-Man 3 hits, we’ll be looking a cinematic world wide enough to accommodate villain team-up films (Sinister Six) and anti-hero film franchises (Venom). That is, if ASM2 delivers the goods – and the necessary box office to make Sony’s ambitious future a reality.

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So far, the actual story of Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) further investigating the mystery of Oscorp seems much more solid than the first film’s empty promises of originality. Electro’s (Jamie Foxx) powers look solid, and we’re curious as to how rising star Dane DeHaan will step up to take the role of Harry Osborn (aka the Green Goblin) for himself. Hopefully the marketing has left out meatiest bits of DeHaan’s interactions (both verbal and physical) with Andrew Garfield. Meanwhile: Garfield and Emma Stone are still adorable together onscreen.

Amazing Spider-Man 2 looks like it could potentially deliver that pulpy good comic book blockbuster fun that a lot of fans argue is missing from some of the darker and more serious films we’ve gotten in recent years. As a BONUS, we have some cool posters to share: The first is a special IMAX FANFIX poster by artist Matt Taylor, which fans can snag if they attend the first IMAX screenings of ASM2.

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The second poster is fan work inspired by the iconic comic book cover art of Amazing Spider-Man #121 – which fans know contains a pivotal moment from Spider-Man lore that could heavily impact the outcome of Amazing Spider-Man 2.

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens in theaters on May 2nd, 2014, followed by The Amazing Spider-Man 3 on June 10th, 2016 and (possibly) Sinister Six on May 4th, 2018.

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  1. i really cant wait. i also feel like sony doesnt have a choice in making lots of trailers because everything is just about getting spoiled anyway with the leaks. and when you go to the cinema all you hear is i saw that coming a mile away

    i bet you if gwen does like the comic people will say that its predictable so what they have done id tease it in the traielr because of the rumors. remember the broken glass that was meant to be where the goblin transformed? well it was actually electros transformation.

    people complain that there is too much being shown yet they cant help but wiki the characters from the comic or watch the trailers. you dont need to watch them. day one for me cant wait

  2. I think this movie will not only be worth it, it will be the best Spiderman film of all and erase all the bad taste offered by the Sam Raimi trilogy. I already got my tickets preordered. Seeing the first start of sinister six just a bonus.

    Make mine marvel!

  3. Looks good, next Wednesday can’t come soon enough.

    Also have to note, they had the London premiere already (since UK release for the film is Wednesday April 16th) and I have to say, mixed reactions but mostly positive with maybe one or two “this film was terrible” tweets and two others agreeing that it was the best film of 2014 so far.

  4. This is the same trailer like the last one, the only difference is the writing, this summer/this year…

  5. Remember back in the day when you had just one trailer, one review in your local newspaper and some word of mouth from your friends who had the chance to see it before you did?

    Nowadays watching a movie feels more like playing a game of connect the dots. Matching scenes from the 4 domestic trailers, 4 international trailers, 6 tv spots and 12 featurettes, not to mention the 200 or so internet “scoops” with what’s going on on-screen. I feel like I’ve already seen this movie and it hasn’t even opened yet.

    • Even if you pieced together every single scrap of footage from trailers and featurettes at this point you wouldn’t get more than 10 minutes (way less than that, most likely) of the actual movie. Every big set piece has been teased, which makes complete sense from a marketing standpoint, but you can’t say there’s nothing left to be seen on-screen. Literally 90% at least of the film is unseen at this point.

      • Still, my point stands that a large part of the surprise factor has been eliminated. And I admit I am just as bad as the next guy. I don’t HAVE to read the articles or click the links, nobody’s twisting my arm. But, much like cracking that next beer or lighting that next cigarette, even when I don’t need to, I kind of feel compelled to. Cuz, y’know, addictions come in many forms.

        • Just skimming over all these Spider-Man headlines made me sick of the movie. I’ve decided I’ll skip it in the theaters and rent it for cheap some day or pick up the Blu-ray. For now the constant marketing bombardment succesfully put me off the movie. Good job, Hollywood!

          • +1

            Basically this

  6. This movie will be awesome. I can’t wait to see it.

  7. kofi wassup im a huge fan of this website and the amazing spiderman 2 and i just saw a tv spot and it’s on youtube which i shows another cell next to vultures wings which i think looks like venom’s symbiote. its THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 – Official Alternate Final Trailer (2. on youtube and i would love to see your opinion on it.

  8. Ready for the movie now.

    I said now; where is it?!

  9. Despite the abundance of advertisments, have you noticed it has all been the same footage?