Check Out Spidey’s New Costume for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2

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We previously showed you the admittedly underwhelming image of an eye-piece from Spider-Man’s new mask in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.  Today, an official look at the new suit has been released, and it’s a great improvement over the costume from the first film.  While I can appreciate that the reboot wanted to create more distance from Raimi’s films by redesigning the suit, the Amazing Spider-Man 2 costume looks like it will work better by going with the traditional look to the point where this is more faithful to the comics than any of the previous Spidey outfits.

Hit the jump to check out Spidey’s new duds.  The film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Sally Field, Jamie Foxx, Shailene Woodley, Dane DeHaan, Paul Giamatti, Felicity Jones, and Martin SheenThe Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens in 3D on May 2, 2014.

Via CS.

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Here’s the official synopsis for The Amazing Spider-Man 2:

In The Amazing Spider-Man™ 2, for Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), life is busy – between taking out the bad guys as Spider-Man and spending time with the person he loves, Gwen (Emma Stone), high school graduation can’t come quickly enough. Peter hasn’t forgotten about the promise he made to Gwen’s father to protect her by staying away – but that’s a promise he just can’t keep. Things will change for Peter when a new villain, Electro (Jamie Foxx), emerges, an old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), returns, and Peter uncovers new clues about his past.




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  • Merlin235

    NOW we’re talking. Thank goodness they took inspiration from Raimi’s movies. That suit was vastly superior to the one they used in The Amazing Spider-man. This looks great.

    • eternalozzie

      This has nothing to do with Raimi’s awful movies. It’s an evolution of the costume parallel to the comic book. The first suit was supposed to look like something a teenager just through together and it did.

      • J Wilson

        Merlin gave Merlin’s opinion, and you yours. The difference? You told Merlin they were wrong. An unneccessary contribution that all but invalidates whatever your point was.

      • Eternal Lozzie’s Sweaty Ass Cheeks

        Raimi’s movies were classic. Eternal Lozzie needs to STFU.

      • THANKU

        A Teenager suit?? So wat you meant is that in 2014 andrew garfield will turn into a whole other person..a mature one???
        Oh thats ridiculous..2 years and andrew will be the same guy with that same kiddish voice of him that annoys more than irfan khan’s english accent!!

      • zeke

        First off, Raimi’s films are superior to Webb’s first outing in every way.

        Second, I actually laughed out loud when I read your comment. When pics of the first costume came out, many commented how shitty it looked, while defenders maintained that it was a great new direction. Now, you’re telling me that the first costume was SUPPOSED to look shitty? Really? That’s how far you’ll sink? It’s kind of adorable.

        That being said, this costume is ridiculously better than the embarrassment from the last film.
        However, the movie will likely still suck… considering Webb has no directorial flair.

      • JW.

        To Zeke,
        Webb does have flair. When I see his films I see his stamp, he’s just to young in his directing career to be in charge of a big franchise like this. I liked the Amazing Spiderman, I even liked it better then Spiderman 1 & 3. (2 is still untouched) but I will admit Amazing SM was sloppy, and that’s because Webb is a newish director. I have a feeling Amazing Spiderman 2 will either be the best Spiderman film or the worst. Idk why but I just got that feeling. I”m an optomist and I like AG as Parker much more then TM so I hope it’ll be great :)

    • Grayden

      Right….because Raimi came up with the Spider-Man costume design himself? Try rewording your opinion in a way that doesn’t infer your absolute love for Raimi. Raimi followed the costume design that had been in place for four decades. Webb is following the same design that Raimi did. Not sure why, his version of the costume was fine. Put a new twist on what everyone could still tell was Spider-Man.

      • Merlin235

        Yeah, I’m pretty sure I’m not going to be re-wording my statement. But thanks for the offer. I’m glad the internet has you to monitor it, we need people telling everyone else what to think.

      • Grayden

        Wasn’t telling you what to think, actually. I made a suggestion. Hoping you’d understand the difference was asking too much I see. :sigh:

      • Merlin235

        Making a suggestion about what I should think is not telling me what to think? Semantics. Stop making ‘suggestions’ about what other people should think. That’s the point. Just stick to your own opinion, and you’ll be fine.

    • sense 11

      Fk Sam Raimis trilogy

  • ScottX

    Oh wow, the eyes are so white and rounded. I love it. Now I wonder what would they do abut Electro suite.

  • Jeff Bonivert

    BIG, BIG improvement. Thanks you Steve Ditko.

  • 198d

    That looks AMAZING. I am LOVING the eyes! Who cares if the suit/webbing looks like Raimi’s? If it was never broke…

    But seriously, those eyes are beautiful.

  • Caleb the Awesome

    Awesome.

  • videophonic

    Hold on there guys, this has to be fake. Same patterning/spider as the Raimi suit, but with new eyes tacked on. Isn’t that obvious?

    • Deadpool

      Marc Webb tweeted it…. so no. its not fake.

  • videophonic

    Hold on there guys, this has to be fake. Same patterning/spider as the Raimi suit, but with new eyes tacked on. Isn\’t that obvious?

  • TheEman22

    So they promise a reboot with a brand new UNTOLD story of spiderman, then tell the same story and now go back to the original suit? Another reason the first one was a bad movie and so will this

    • Sander

      Before you continue to spout off at the mouth with that pointless bullshit you’ve mistaken for a valid argument, consider this: The origin story in the “The Amazing Spider-Man” was about as different from Raimi’s origin story as you could get while still remaining faithful to the source material. Be it the villain, the love interest, the yet-to-be explored story arch with his parents, or the other countless differences that this iteration had to the last…At the end of the day, the only things this Spider-Man had in common with Raimi’s was the name of the main character, the way Uncle Ben died (although it was only half-similar) and the fact that he was bitten by a spider. Other than that you’re just nitpicking and refusing to be satisfied with anything, you ungrateful, over-opinionated tool.

      It amazes me how people bitched and moaned about how ugly and different the suit was, and how they should stick to the one from Raimi’s films, only to have you bitch when you get as close to that as you can.

      Grow the fuck up, Count Chocula.

      • zeke

        “The origin story was about as different from Raimi’s origin story as you could get while still remaining faithful to the source material… be it the yet-to-be-explored story arc with his parents…”

        I’m sorry is that an actual quote? You’re telling me the first movie was good because of something the movie’s narrative didn’t actually address?

        Do you think about things before you type them?

        When I go and spend 12 bucks on a 3D ticket I don’t want to go see a trailer for another 12 dollar movie. It was positively ridiculous how the first movie was marketed as the “untold story” … except for the fact that they didn’t actually tell anything!

        I like how they cut out actually important scenes from the film so that they could make more money by spreading it over more films…. especially because what was left was a garbled incomprehensible mess of a narrative. Where the fuck did the Indian man go after the bridge scene?

        Everything new in the movie was lackluster or poorly handled.
        And everything it tried to do like Raimi’s was just shit by comparison.

        Sorry.
        I’ll still give this one a chance… but damn Webb’s first film disrespected both the character of Spiderman and its audience.

  • jk

    Looks like Toby’s suit… one more reason this reboot is unnecessary…

  • Bruce LeeRoy

    Ok…………..O it’s the eyes that changed! There is not much of a difference here the suit looks good in HD we know this, but won’t get notice on screen? The movie has too be better I felt like I was having DeJa Vu
    Hopefully they up the action since it is a sequel and they are trying too put some edge to by adding more physical villans so even with the SAP Love Story it could be good.

  • tarek

    Now that is an improvement. this is Spiderman suit. Not this joke in the previous installment.

  • tato

    Haters gonna hate. When it comes to a costume its always hard, people who read comics (like me) want to see the closest thing to the comic and people who read about comics in wikepedia get enraged when they see something they dont get. I can say its bad to innovate and bad not to, i ASP we saw a new costume putted together by a kid, you can even remeber him taking away the lens of his glasses and sticking them in the spandex (which makes me think every superhero has amazing taylor skills) and i think its a natural evolution of the suit seeing this one that its just the one spidey looks in the amazing spider man comics. In other words i think the suit its awesome i loved the amazing spider man and hated Raimis triology (mostly because Tobey Mcguire)

  • mattedscreen

    Nice suit, now they just need to make a good movie!

  • Rockslide

    They finally got the eyes right! That alone is enough for me. I do wonder why they chose the Raimi fabric texture and spider emblem though. They could have easily just changed that to something new and made it feel fresh. I don’t know why you would want to copy that after trying so hard to distance it in the first film.

    Now if only they animated the eyes like they do in the comic books. (in the comics, Spidey’s eye graphics often change with his emotion and such. I know it would probably look goofy in real life, but I always loved that.)

  • Austin

    I am so stunned to see how many people on here hated TASM and love Sam Rami’s garbage trilogy. You saw spiderman 3 right…? Remember when spiderman finally puts on the red and blue suit again and then lands in front of the American flag for like a solid 3 seconds? yeah, cinematic gold right there….

    The Amazing Spider Man was the best superhero movie I’ve ever seen because it felt like you were reading a comic book!! It was campy, fun, and cool! (Notice I didn’t say best comic book movie because that’s hands down Scott Pilgrim) I just don’t see why people are acting like the first trilogy is somehow better? Do you just not watch superhero movies? I bet you loved Superman returns too huh?

    • Austin

      Also I LOVED the Evil Dead and Drag me to Hell so don’t get started on any Rami fanboy crap…he’s obviously hit or miss (as evidenced by the trailers for the NEW evil dead movie)

    • GunsOfNavarone

      I like the cut of your jib Austin.

    • Merlin235

      While I can’t speak to what all fanboy’s think regarding The Amazing Spider-man, I can tell you what I disliked about it.

      Had TASM been made before the Raimi films, there’d be a lot less for me to dislike about it. But a lot of my frustration comes from asking “Why?”. Part of a film’s allure is its originality, proof of which can be seen in every fanboy’s frustration with the endless Hollywood remakes. With TASM, I personally got the feeling that they could have easily made the movie without going back to the origin story. Raimi did that 9 years ago, with pretty favorable results.

      TASM wasn’t a garbage film. But it might have been throwaway. As a fanboy, the only thing I got really jazzed about were the mechanical webshooters (though, I was pretty disappointed that Spidey relies on fluid from Oscorp to make them work), and the fight scene in the school hallway that, to me, was one of if not the best on-screen representations of what I envision when reading the comics regarding how Spidey would fight. Other than that, the film didn’t add much for me besides a new love interest. It opened up questions regarding his parents whereabouts, but didn’t answer them. In fact, the movie stopped addressing that midway through. The film began as though this would be the central theme, but devolved into something else entirely. That’s ok, I enjoyed where it went. But there was nothing in the story that would make me look back at Raimi’s films with contempt.

      We’ll just agree to disagree. I’m glad you enjoyed TASM. I enjoyed the second half. And I’m looking forward to TASM 2. And now that I see they’ve borrowed some of the best stuff from Raimi’s suit (and improved on it…. the raised webbing is more subtle in this version, and the eyes are awesome), I’m even more excited.

      • Austin

        Yeah, that’s fair. I disagree with you on those points but they at least make sense. Glad you’re excited for the new one

    • Underground Anthem TX

      Sam Raimi did not direct the new Evil Dead remake. Accuracy and stuff.

      Evil Dead trilogy, Spider-Man trilogy, A Simple Plan, Darkman, etc. Yeah, real hit-or-miss filmography. Sheesh.

      I love the revisionist history of the internet. Now, Raimi’s Spider-Man sucks, Singer’s X-Men movies suck, etc.

      We just got a Spider-Man movie where they didn’t even do the “With Great Power comes Great Responsibility” bit– y’know, the core of what Spidey is. But you played your whole hipster hand with the Scott Pilgrim comment.

      • Austin

        Wait, wait,wait….you DO realize that both X-men and Raimi’s spiderman sucked right…?

        And Raimi had a “very,very heavy hand” in production of the new movie to quote this ****ing website…you know, accuracy and stuff

  • Tj!

    Gwen: Spidey, what great big eyes you have!
    Spidey: All the better to see you get tossed off a bridge with my dear!

    • SuperSeanski

      I see what you did there… and with those eyes, so did Spidey.

  • DREDD

    Looks PERFECT!!!

    But stupid fuckin haters! My god! If you showed them a pair of tits they’d say they aint titty enough! Or just wouldn’t know what the fuck they are at all!

    Spiderman, Batman, Avengers, Star Wars etc…. Haters will just keep poppin the fuck up like turds in a well!

    This suit looks great! A better suit than the first film and not as over the top as thr Raimi version. it looks like the comics, it looks like fuckin spiderman! Both films were flawed but both were enjoyable. Don’t even get me started on all the whining ungrateful Star Wars haters!

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  • Eric

    You all need to get over your selves. It’s a frackin suit. Who cares if it looks like a “comc book ” suit or a “Raimi” suit. Just judge it for what it is. It’s a Spider-Man suit. And as long as it looks good that is all that matters. Now, the movie, that remains to be seem. Personally, I think the suit looks cool. But, that’s my opinion.

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  • What Everyone’s Thinking

    Looks like a very lucky 5th grader got to write the official synopsis for Columbia Pictures … at least the suit is nice.

  • spidermanlivesinyourbedroom

    Could we by any chance see the WHOLE costume? but otherwise this is cool as it looks like the old comics i read in the early 90′s.

  • Thinkaboutit!

    I LOVED the suit in the Amazing Spiderman. This redesign looks like the Tobey Maquire suit…which I don’t think is a good thing. Absolutely nothing wrong with the suit in Amazing Spiderman. Some people are just anally retarded.

  • Thinkaboutit!

    I LOVED the suit in the Amazing Spiderman. This redesign looks like the Tobey Maquire suit…which I don\’t think is a good thing. Absolutely nothing wrong with the suit in Amazing Spiderman. Some people are just anally retarded.

  • LEM

    Wow what a breakthrough! it has that Spiderman look without all the look at me I’m Spiderman feel to it.

  • spartacus

    suit looks fine…but i think its extremely stupid to use it..just for the simple fact that it looks soooo much like the suit from raimi’s films. down to the actual texture on the material..i understand the hole concept behind him making his own bootleg costume in the first movie and having time now to refine and make a better costume for this movie..but for heavens sake..it dosnt have to look pretty much exactly like raimis apart from the eyes..im sure they have a creative team capable of making something fresh and yet still be true to the comics and different enough to raimis version that it actually feels like your watching a new movie..like for fucks sake…again..nothing wrong with this suit..it looks great..but i dont want to watch it in a movie…i seen it already, i want something different..id rather the shit yellow eyed basketball head from part 1 over this for the simple fact that its different to raimis..if your gonna make a reboot, make it different.

  • spartacus

    suit looks fine…but i think its extremely stupid to use it..just for the simple fact that it looks soooo much like the suit from raimi\’s films. down to the actual texture on the material..i understand the hole concept behind him making his own bootleg costume in the first movie and having time now to refine and make a better costume for this movie..but for heavens sake..it dosnt have to look pretty much exactly like raimis apart from the eyes..im sure they have a creative team capable of making something fresh and yet still be true to the comics and different enough to raimis version that it actually feels like your watching a new movie..like for fucks sake…again..nothing wrong with this suit..it looks great..but i dont want to watch it in a movie…i seen it already, i want something different..id rather the shit yellow eyed basketball head from part 1 over this for the simple fact that its different to raimis..if your gonna make a reboot, make it different.

    • tarek

      It wasn’t Raimi’s suit but Spiderman suit. As faithful as the comic book. Copy ?

      If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. Period.

      • spartacus

        obviously i didnt mean it was the actual suit raimi wore or raimi came up with..what i meant was it was the suit used in raimi’s films…
        and yeah i agree..if it aint broken, dont fix it..but this is a reboot..they can atleast try and be original..all im saying is that it would be nice to see a suit that is faithful to the comic and yet still an original take not seen before in a previous movie…

  • spartacus

    obviously i didnt mean it was the actual suit raimi wore or raimi came up with..what i meant was it was the suit used in raimi\’s films…
    and yeah i agree..if it aint broken, dont fix it..but this is a reboot..they can atleast try and be original..all im saying is that it would be nice to see a suit that is faithful to the comic and yet still an original take not seen before in a previous movie…

    • DREDD

      Well its obvious that the suit was changed beause of the whineres hatred and backlash from Tasm costume (which i liked). Most people whinged that the mcquire suit was perfect and they shouldn’t have changed it… so here we see elements of it to shut them up. Yet when the originals came out, people pissed and moaned that all that silver rubber webbing over his outfit looked OTT and that Parker wouldnt be able to make that himself. They moaned about TASM webbing and costume and eyes and just about everyhing. So here we have a toned down black thin webbing that perfectly matches the comics as do the eyes.

      So its obvious to me, people on here just like to piss n moan and whine about everything that ever comes out like they could do better. Be it Spidey/avengers/star wars/batman etc… Well, theres only one cure for people like that… Cyanide pills!

  • ryan

    am i the only one who liked the last costume better…. I liked the smaller Gold eyes…. these Way to big eyes look like a todd mcfarlane spidey…allthough i thought they always shouldve done it that way after i saw the last costume i think the bigger eyes are too cartoony…i dunno

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  • sense 11

    Two Thumbs Up for the new suit

    and seriously FK the Raimi trilogy, sorry to h8 but its the truth

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