First Trailer for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 [Updated with Commentary from Marc Webb and Cast]

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Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for director Marc Webb’s sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2.  The clip emphasizes the burden on Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), as he explains in voiceover: “The more people I try to save, the more enemies I will make.  And it’s just a matter of time before I face those with more power than I can overcome.”  (See: Sinister Six.)  There’s just a bit of footage of Jamie Foxx as the new villain Electro, but the trailer closes with a cool chase/battle that promises a nice match between our agile hero and the seemingly teleportable villain.

Emma Stone, Dane DeHaanPaul GiamattiFelicity JonesChris Cooper, and Sally Field also star.  The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens in 3D on May 2, 2014.  Watch the trailer after the jump, click here to check out the screengrabs, click here to check out more images and to preview the score, and click here to find out whether the post-credits sequence has already been spoiled.

Want to watch it again with some insider info?  Here’s a look at the trailer with commentary from Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and Dane DeHaan (via Total Film):

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

We’ve always known that Spider-Man’s most important battle has been within himself: the struggle between the ordinary obligations of Peter Parker and the extraordinary responsibilities of Spider-Man. But in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Peter Parker finds that a greater conflict lies ahead.

It’s great to be Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield). For Peter Parker, there’s no feeling quite like swinging between skyscrapers, embracing being the hero, and spending time with Gwen (Emma Stone). But being Spider-Man comes at a price: only Spider-Man can protect his fellow New Yorkers from the formidable villains that threaten the city. With the emergence of Electro (Jamie Foxx), Peter must confront a foe far more powerful than he. And as his old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), returns, Peter comes to realize that all of his enemies have one thing in common: OsCorp.


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  • ZachJ221b

    Clear references to Vulture and Doctor Octopus… But I’m still trepidatious that it’ll turn out like the first one – the bastard child of Batman Begins and Fantastic Four…

    • Ben Wigler

      I thought I saw Vulture’s wings, but I didn’t see Doc Oc references – can you point it out? And BB meets FF is the best way to describe it, for sure.

      • brNdon

        Around 1:15 in the case to the far right.

      • LEM

        Next to the wings was the docs arms.

    • dronekiller

      WHAT???? FUCK YOU and all the batman begins bashing….FUCK THE DARK KNIGHT!!!!! cuz that is the only reason yer bashing BB …….BB is BETTER than dark knight ….vuz the JOKER ass licking hype is the only reason u suck dark knights cock.

      u FUCK wad loser trying out yer comic material online thinking it will make ur NOTHING life interesing if people laugh.

      BB was a great film but no one sucked its balls cuz there was no media frenzy over it like with TDK and its cash in cow sequel.

      you SUCK.

      BB is awesome you DUMB DICKLESS FUCK


      • mothersmoustache

        Whoa. Dude just went off

      • Doctor Reality

        This made me laugh. Thanks for making my day.

      • eternalozzie

        wow .. homophobic much? you really need to repeat a few grades … your edumacation is failing you.

  • ZachJ221b

    Clear references to Vulture and Doctor Octopus… But I’m still trepidatious that it’ll turn out like the first one – the bastard child of Batman Begins and Fantastic Four…

  • CG Police

    Its CG looks cheap as hell, Sony Pictures Imageworks SUCKS!

    • James Hendricks

      Agreed, they helped screw up Green Lantern. A film of this caliber deserve Weta or ILM.

    • Doctor Reality

      Rythm & Hues wins Oscar for Life of Pi – goes out of business. Sony Pictures Imageworks makes Green Lantern – gets funding and ANOTHER movie to fuck up.

      I’m usually pretty civil but FUCK YOU HOLLYWOOD. AND FUCK YOU ANG LEE.


  • TurnerTC

    I bet Rhino will just be at the beginning of the movie – and old foe at that point, not a new one. The movie will mostly focus on Electro and bring in Harry/Goblin at the end… of course just wild speculation. Heh. What fun! Can’t wait for the movie.

  • Ben Wigler

    I agree that the CG looks terrible; it looked terrible in the first one, too. But seeing the original Spider-Man suit that I grew up with in motion… Still worth the price of admission for me ;) I’ll be there on opening day for this one. If I keep my expectations reasonably low, I bet it’ll be a fun time.

    But yeah… whoever thought that Spider-Man would be the B list (and I think that’s being generous) super hero in an era where Thor is an A-lister? =P Poor Spidey has been done dirty for way too long. Mangled in the comics, embarrassed in the third Raimi film, and essentially demoted to a-joke-forever via Turn Off the Dark.

    The first Webb movie was a piping mess, but I don’t think it degraded Spidey beyond where he had already fallen to. It’s just that now that the character is so debased, he doesn’t warrant the full A-game treatment anymore.

    • JBug

      I really like this comment, except the last line. I think he does deserve A-game treatment just based off his world and the quality of his villains. I think the execution has been B-level.

    • Bob

      I thought the effects were great in the first one. The fight scenes were absolutely spectacular. Way better than any of the previous spider-man movies fight scenes in my opinion thats for sure.

  • cineast4

    You have got to be joking
    Is Sony being incredibly cheap with the effects, pushing the workload of the artists to the limit or are the artists just plain useless? Not that any of that matters, the film seems to be continuing in the path of awfulness that the first one did.

  • Jones

    It doesn’t look half bad. But i’m sure it’s just gonna be another teen movie that tries to take itself too serious.
    I don’t like how they make every villain a part of Oscorp. Of course Spiderman makes more enemies from Oscorp, if he kicks their ass every movie..

  • Mars

    Dehaan looks like a little kid. This movie looks meh.

    • Andrew Sanders

      They should rename it Amazing Spidermehn 2.

      • axalon

        Gotta say, this made me grin

      • Andrew Sanders

        Thankyou axalon

    • eternalozzie

      looks young? you do realize the characters are in their late teens?

  • Mars

    Dehaan looks like a little kid. This movie looks meh.

  • Blitz

    Looks alright , not a fan of the 1st. From what i understood all the sinister six members are going to be created by Oscorp with the goblin leading the way. The one thing im definitely happy about is spideys suit which looks amazing.

  • Blitz

    Looks alright , not a fan of the 1st. From what i understood all the sinister six members are going to be created by Oscorp with the goblin leading the way. The one thing im definitely happy about is spideys suit which looks amazing.

  • Nero San

    I see Vulture and Dr.Oc tease. This also clears up who was the mysterious man who appeared in prison cell in the ending of TASM1 post-credit. This trailer is much serious compared to the Comic-Con trailer.


    The fuck are you guys talking about, this looks sick. Way better than any of the preceding or upcoming Marvel movies do.

    • doctor_robot

      i have to agree.

    • junierizzle

      I’ll give it that. It certainly looks better than the Marvel movies.

    • Batt Damon

      You do realise that ASM 2 is gonna have it’s ass handed to it by a movie with talking Raccoon, right?

      • IMPYEMU

        I’ll believe it when I see it.

  • Blitz

    The only thing i am loving so far is the suit . I’m not sure about the sinister six being created by Oscorp.I get the feeling the sinister six members are not going to have a strong back-story, just mercenaries of Oscorp.

  • Blitz

    “With great trailer comes great responsibility”.

    • Murdoch

      Great? I’m still not even sold on Andrew Garfield being Peter Parker.

      • pickaname

        You’re livin’ in the fucking past… man.. (Perfect time to quote the BIg Lebowski)

      • PollosHermanos

        That’s not saying Toby is THE Spiderman. Some don’t care for Garfield as Spiderman

  • ya

    Hopefully they add more Peter Parker humor in this film. Either way I’m going to see it like the rest of the people in these comments thats blasting it.

    • BigJimSlade

      This looks simply terrible. Never even made it through the previous one so there’s no way I’m seeing this one. If it gets bad reviews, I wouldn’t be surprised if it flops.

    • PollosHermanos

      I only made it through 30 min of first one. I didn’t care for any of it. I PROMISE I will not see this movie.

  • Joseph M

    PHAAAWP! PHAAAWP! PHAAAWP! That Hans Zimmer trailer template’s getting a bit worn. Much like Spiderman reboots.

    • dg


  • maximus

    rhino looks like a transformer…harry osborn looks like an emo trendy hipster of harry potter like proportions..dont like how all the villains look like to be coming from oscorp..i had to double check i wasnt watchin a trailer for the video game in the first 10 seconds…but honestly…alot more promising then i expected. maybe, just maybe, they can pull off something pretty good.

  • calebrcrawford

    I still do not understand the hate for this series, internet. I really enjoyed the first movie; in fact it was my preferred superhero flick the summer it came out. Spiderman is arguably the most compelling superhero for the screen thus far (this coming from a life-long Batman fan). Furthermore, this new trailer looks really fun. Andrew Garfield is a fantastic Peter Parker (his casting rights a fair portion of the “wrongs”), and as far as comic adaptation goes, Webb keeps it interesting while holding on to the essentials of Spidey. The first movie reminded me of the fun people used to have at the movies in the 90′s before everything had to be so serious all of the time. Internet, you are probably going to pay to see the movie anyways, just enjoy the ride then make your judgement!

    • Sean Chandler

      The critics always seem the loudest on the internet. If you just looked at the comment sections on the internet you would think everyone hated The Dark Knight Rises, JJ Abrams, Amazing Spiderman, Man of Steel, Damon Lindeloff, the Star Trek movies, Iron Man 3, etc.

      • The Flobbit

        Uhh…JJ Abrams, Amazing Spiderman, Man of Steel, Damon Lindelof, Star Trek, and Iron Man 3 are WELL WORTH hating.

      • Sean Chandler

        And they’re all films or filmmakers who have millions of fans and most of them have very high critical ratings.

      • The Flobbit

        Adam Sandler and Tyler Perry have millions of fans, too.

      • Sean Chandler

        Which one of those Adam Sandler films has millions of fans and critical praise?

      • The Flobbit

        Punch Drunk Love.

      • Sean Chandler

        You picked the Adam Sandler film which has millions of fans because of it’s DIRECTOR not the ACTOR. So I’m not sure what point you’re trying to make.

        As I said before, if you look at comment sections you’d think everyone hates that group of people and movies. Unfortunately box office receipts and most of their critical reviews make it very clear most people and critics do like those films/people. Regardless of how strongly you hold your opinion, it’s still the minority opinion. Which was my point all along.

    • Jamesy

      Spiderman was one of the first big superhero franchise I had seen as a kid (after x-men) and loved it, the third movie was on TV earlier this week and I was cringing so so much at the weird emo Peter Parker with the dance moves. But I loved the first two and remember having so much fun watching them in the cinema. I still prefer the first instalment from Raimi over Webbs vision, but the effects in this trailer look pretty cheap as did they did in TASM,I prefer DC’s characters over Marvels but Marvel seem to have a formula for making fun entertaining movies whereas DC can get lost because I think it’s harder to translate their characters to screen.

      • The Flobbit

        Raimi for me, Raimi any day. Any day over this guy.

      • Jamesy

        Agreed, this could still be a fun movie but I don’t think it will hold up in comparison. I loved 500 days of summer though so maybe Webb should keep at it with those types of movies for a while before having a go at a blockbuster franchise. It’s tough though, for a lot of people Raimi’s versions will be gospel and they’re still fresh in a lot of peoples memories, as with Batman, I know for a lot of people Nolans trilogy will be seen as THE Batman which to use as a reference point so when Snyder has his crack at it people will be in uproar no doubt. Lets face it though, superhero characters from what ever universe have been around for decades and will continue to be around for years to come, that’s the beauty of it…people can adapt and evolve it to what they believe to be truer to THEIR vision but it doesn’t necessarily ruin it for the fan, fans have the comics, graphic novels etc so the characters will always continue to live. Mark Ruffalo compared The Hulk to modern day Hamlet, meaning everyone will have their crack at it, and its true. I’m just waiting and hoping for Aronofsky to have his crack at Batman, please!

      • Doctor Reality

        And to think we almost got Aronofsky’s Wolverine. Ho-ly shit that would have been cool.

      • Jamesy

        Would have been oh so cool! I watched The Wolverine again last night, and upon a second viewing I noticed a few things that bugged me, still an enjoyable movie though and was refreshing to have a superhero movie not follow the typical formula but I just wish Aronofsky had his go at it.

  • Jan

    I love the way they interspersed footage of the upcoming TASM2 videogame with the actual movie-trailer. Well done.

    • axalon

      Cross platform marketing, man. “Wave of the future!” as Dennis Hopper’s character from Speed would say.

  • Thomas K.

    Not gonna lie, this trailer eased pretty much all my concerns for this film….
    Except for Rhino, still perplexes me, but at least its closer to the cartoon/comics suit then the poster originally showed.
    Looking forward to it, but still a little worried.

    • Brandon

      Rhino will be in the next 2 movies. I’d bet money that he’ll be getting super powers and a spandex suit at the end of AS2, and he’ll be more of the classic Rhino character in the 3rd movie.

    • Varun Hk

      I think they’re using a lot more of the Ultimate Marvel universe. Mech suit Rhino, blue Electro.

  • João Paulo

    Looks great man, really great.

  • TheMattedScreen

    Could be good… but then I said that about the last one and hated it, so you never know.

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  • DNAsplitter

    So that’s a “No” to the title ideas being thrown around? No “Amazing Spider: Rise of Electro” or whatever it was? Special effects need some improvement but the movie seems like it will be entertaining.

  • Leejoe12

    DeHaan’s Harry Osborne looks a lot like the Emo Peter Parker from Spidey 3 … co-incidence?

    • eternalozzie

      This is a lame comment that makes no sense … co-incidence?

  • DevinT

    I’m guessing Smythe is working for Oscorp in this take- could explain a lot of things i.e. spider-slayers in the comics. I loved the 90s cartoon iteration of spiderman which had him as a constant companion to spiderman’s adversaries as more of a behind-the-scenes-villain, usually supplying tech for his foes. Seems like a logical way to tie in the sinister six to oscorp as well. Clearly we see vulture and doc ock gear at the Oscorp lab. Looks like this film will set up for the next one to feature them, which would be a real gift to all spidey fans if done well.

    • DevinT

      But if they try to squeeze it into this film it will not work!

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  • thinker365

    The music in this trailer was so generic and unexciting. Isn’t Hans Zimmer doing the score for this?

    • milo

      He is, but this trailer music likely isn’t his. The vast majority of trailers are done long before the movie is scored so they use music from older movies or tracks written specifically for trailers. There are some exceptions like Inception (where HZ’s guys worked on the second and third trailers) but those are few and far between.

      • thinker365


  • Steven

    Has the superhero movie fatigue finally set in. After disappointments like Iron Man 3 and Thor 2, I’ve lost a lot of interest in the genre.

    • The Flobbit

      Well that makes exactly one of you on earth.

      • mattinacan

        make that two

    • Batt Damon

      With people like Edgar Wright and James Gunn tackling big budget superheroes films, how can you not be interested?

    • Bob

      Thor 2 was the best superhero movie of the year imo, Way better than the first. Great acting by the lead players, better storyline with more at stake, and great action. Also, it was hilarious.

      Iron Man 3? Now that was a huge disappointment and sucked.

      But, obviously with the audience ratings and box office results the answer is no; superhero fatigue is setting in at all, at least not for the masses.

  • lordjim

    looks entertaining, and this is the spidey i know from the comics, but damned, i would have loved to see chris cooper playing the green goblin, opposed to some pretty boy he would have been scary!how the hell could they waste this opportunity damned!!!

    • Bob

      Dane DeHaan is wayyy more than a pretty boy. In fact I would argue he’s not a pretty boy all, pretty ugly guy actually. Watch his movies if you haven’t. Great performance in Chronicle for example.

  • eternalozzie

    This looks incredible … Rhino armor is way over the top but I understand them not wanting a guy in a grey set of tights and a horn. Can’t wait for May.

  • The Flobbit

    The good: Andrew Garfield appears as compelling as ever (if a little less upbeat and snarky than Raimi’s films and the comic Peter), Emma Stone’s chemistry is palpable, Dane DeHaan is typically brilliant, and the action looks spectacular. Oh, and the Green Goblin. He’s back.

    The bad: Electro, The Rhino. I hope the effects for Electro’s bolts aren’t finished, because they look fake as hell, and cheap as hell too. The Rhino? Looks like a Power Ranger, and the set pieces taking place in Central Square look like crap.

    So there’s good, and there’s bad. I’m hoping for more of the former, and remember that Raimi’s films will always have a special place in my heart, and Spider-Man 2 is STILL the greatest superhero movie of all time.

    • eternalozzie

      there are a few really good aspects of number 2 … Doc Ock was brilliant … I personally dislike Raimi Spider-man because it was nothing like Spiderman I knew but I understand why people like it.

      • The Flobbit

        Hello? The Spider-Man I grew up with was Stan Lee’s Spider-Man. And Maguire nailed THAT role to a T. He was the perfect mix of nerdy, charming, and snarky. His personal life was taken directly from the page.

        Garfield is far too dark, depressed, and has too many inner demons. Not to say he’s bad, that is.

      • Batt Damon

        Raimi brought the SIlver Age Spidey to life perfectly. TASM tries too hard to add that post-Dark Knight grittiness to something that’s supposed to be colourful and fun

      • The Flobbit

        I totally second this.

      • The Flobbit

        Hello? The Spider-Man I grew up with was Stan Lee’s Spider-Man. And Maguire nailed THAT role to a T. He was the perfect mix of nerdy, charming, and snarky. His personal life was taken directly from the page.

        Garfield is far too dark, depressed, and has too many inner demons. Not to say he’s bad, that is.

  • doctor_robot

    sorry, but this looks pretty awesome to me.

  • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

    Can’t tell if its a trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man movie or the upcoming video game

    • axalon

      As a New Yorker, I love your username coupled with the NYU avatar.

  • Thomas K.

    Did nobody else see Mysterio?!

    • Thomas K.

      And the guy walks by the Vulture and Doc Ock suits, HAS to be the Chameleon, right?
      It would of made sense for him to be who was in the mid-credit scene of the first one, also.

      • NICK НΛRT

        it’s definitely the same guy from the post credits scene in the first. but i’m pretty sure it’s the character ‘the gentleman’ from the comics. look him up. he’s responsible for organizing the sinister six AND mark webb has mentioned him in interviews before

      • slippysweded

        Finally, someone with common sense and some knowledge of the material. There are iterations where Doc Ock organizes the group but I agree that it would make more sense to want to use the gentleman in this case because it would tie in with the Oscorp element better.

    • Strong Enough

      fingers crossed for fishbowl on head!!

    • brNdon

      Where was Mysterio?

  • Harry

    “No matter what I do, no matter how hard I try… the ones I love will always be the one who pay.”
    Spider-Man 2 > The Amazingly Unnecessary Reboot 2

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  • Seanpb

    predictable response to what looks like a pretty enjoyable film.

    I for one like the feel of the visuals, which will no doubt be polished up as the film nears release anyway. Its a comic book film… Im so sick of everything having to be dark and gritty. Give me colour, give me outrageous action, give me a comic book on screen.


    looks better than i thought but that cgi is pretty over the top..

  • Strong Enough

    Where is Felicity jones?

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  • celxx

    Spiderman HAS to be over the top. Fun. Colorful. Even if the CGI doesn’t get better, it shouldn’t be something that makes a film bad. It’s like saying Finding Nemo or Toy Story 1 is a bad movie because the graphics suck.

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    notice how emma stone was about to say “she is going to oxford” and then changes it to “she is potentially going to oxford”.. very interesting


      not to mention gwen wearing that iconic coat in the factory or wherever it is with all the gears.. and that shot of spiderman on top of the giant gear shooting a web down.. maybe trying to catch her as she falls?

  • mattinacan

    oh boy this does not look good

  • Fuck All Of You

    Hmm. Let me form an unwavering opinion on a movie months in advance from it’s release based on a teaser trailer.

  • derek

    The CGI is BAD. But I’m sure it won’t be when the movie is released. These movies will never be as good as Sam Raimi’s. Not with the current director. Nor with the same rehashed hybrid stories that we have already watched. Spiderman 3 had too many villains, yes. But Im willing to bet my money that Raimi develops a character better.

  • Batt Damon

    Green Goblin, Electro, Rhino, Black Cat, Doc Ock and Vulture? It looks like Sony didn’t learn their lesson with Spider-Man 3.

  • Dustin Philipson

    Alright, I ever so often decide to actually give time and thought to reading Collider comments and I regret it every single time. Collider comments by far are the worst of the worst – vitriol, bile, hatred of the blackest variety – you will be sure to find it all in the Collider comments section.

    I don’t know which variety of troll to confront first – how about the (presumably) undercover rival studio plant that come on here to say completely unfounded things like “the CGI sucks” or “the movie sucks!”

    What a load of utterly unfounded bullshit. You have no footing what so ever! How does this CGI suck? It looks like the same type of CGI/ effects/ action sequences that you see in all of these tentpole movies that are released. Unless you can cite specific examples of how ASM 2′s effects are more or less “crappy/ shitty” than those of Avengers/ Harry Potter/ The Hobbit/ Man Of Steel/ The Dark Knight Rises/ X-Men etc then you are just a hot air spout, queefing your non-sense in to ether.

    Or how about the ever so astute comment “This is going to suck just like the 1st Amazing SpiderMan” … These comments are probably the most dim of the bunch. A simple wikipedia search will show you that the first film made nearly $800 Million world wide. It holds a %73 fresh on Rotten tomatoes. A general audience gave it a coveted ‘A -’ CinemaScore. Now maybe not the most universally loved film of all time, but my God if the numbers ever clearly showed a movie to be an economic & critical success that the general movie going audience actually liked, The Amazing Spider Man is a nearly perfect example. It is the very definition of a movie that did NOT suck. And it is precisely this type of dim witted commentary that gives fanboy culture the negative stigma it so deserves. When you make such a completely wrong headed assessment of a film that clearly conflicts with the facts, your sub-culture will perpetually be viewed as one that is out of touch with reality

    3rd Troll Type: “It will never match the heights that Raimi reached!” Ok. I maybe inclined to agree, in part, with this particular specimen of Troll. True Mr. Raimi’s ‘Spider Man 2′ still stands as one of the greatest comic book movies of all time. But then he followed it with a film that will forever be cited as an example of one of the worst: ‘Spider Man 3′. It was your beloved Raimi who drove this franchise in to the fucking ground and just about snuffed it out for good. His failure practically forced Sony’s hand to start over from scratch. So next time you decide to pan this current, successful iteration of the Spider Man mythos because of its lack of Raimi oversight, remember that it was your very beloved auteur’s failure that led to Amazing Spider Man’s very conception.

    I could continue on but I have already wasted enough of my precious time.

  • Bob

    You know what really would be awesome. If the movie is amazing. I don’t think it will be amazing, but i want it to be cause that cast is great and I thought the first was the best Spider-Man yet, and cause damn people are hating way to hard I feel…it doesn’t look dreadful like lots of people in the comments here are saying.

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  • poppincherry

    I agree with one of the posters below, the CG on here looks like dog shit. Washed out!

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  • lobtaylor

    This looked really awesome and dark, no lollipop bs like the first movie.
    Will be seeing this in money-sucking IMAX for sure.

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