Watch 25 Minutes of THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Plus a New Clip, Featurette and TV Spot

     June 25, 2012


With The Amazing Spider-Man opening next week on July 3rd, you may feel like you’ve seen the entire movie through the recent marketing barrage.  Well, you have seen about twenty-five minutes of it, because someone’s gone through the trouble of editing all the footage together into a mini-film for your viewing pleasure.  Add to it a new clip, TV spot and featurette and you can watch nearly a third of The Amazing Spider-Man without paying a dime.  Check out all of our previous coverage for The Amazing Spider-Man here.

Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man, starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, Sally Field and Denis Leary, opens in 3D on July 3rd.  Hit the jump to check out the new clip, TV spot, featurette and 25 minutes of footage.

First up, here’s the 25 minute super preview of The Amazing Spider-Man (via Screen Rant).   Obviously the footage is stuff you’ve probably seen during the deluge of advertising, but it and the clips, TV spot and featurette that follow still clearly contains spoilers:

Next up is a new clip, TV spot and featurette (all via The Playlist), which you can check out below:

This new TV spot highlights the IMAX 3D version of The Amazing Spider-Man with an introduction by Webb:

The featurette takes you inside Dr. Curtis Connors’ (Ifan) lab at Oscorp:

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

amazing-spider-man-movie-image-andrew-garfieldOne of the world’s most popular characters is back on the big screen as a new chapter in the Spider-Man legacy is revealed in The Amazing Spider-Man. Focusing on an untold story that tells a different side of the Peter Parker story, the new film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, with Martin Sheen and Sally Field. The film is directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay written by James Vanderbilt, based on the Marvel Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad, and Matt Tolmach are producing the film in association with Marvel Entertainment for Columbia Pictures, which will open in theaters everywhere in 3D on July 3, 2012.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the story of Peter Parker (Garfield), an outcast high schooler who was abandoned by his parents as a boy, leaving him to be raised by his Uncle Ben (Sheen) and Aunt May (Field). Like most teenagers, Peter is trying to figure out who he is and how he got to be the person he is today. Peter is also finding his way with his first high school crush, Gwen Stacy (Stone), and together, they struggle with love, commitment, and secrets. As Peter discovers a mysterious briefcase that belonged to his father, he begins a quest to understand his parents’ disappearance – leading him directly to Oscorp and the lab of Dr. Curt Connors (Ifans), his father’s former partner. As Spider-Man is set on a collision course with Connors’ alter-ego, The Lizard, Peter will make life-altering choices to use his powers and shape his destiny to become a hero.


  • jackd.

    WTF?? Is there something they didn’t already shown in trailers, tv-spots and other bs…

    • Spock Jenkins

      I guess it’s the way of the movie world now…just as they did with Prometheus, they are giving more or less everything away in these trailers and clips these days.

      I think it’s a sad situation…

      • Joe

        And also The Avengers.
        I guess we have the choice not to watch them.
        We can’t still watch it and complain after.

      • Mouse Macabre

        People always think that movie trailers now a days are showing “all of the movie” but this is really the way its been forever.. Check out the trailer for Home Alone, or Total Recall.. It’s always the same.

      • Tafe Shaw

        This film comes Chinese every theaters today.And I am just a Chinese fan. I really like it.

  • Tim

    I don’t understand you people who WANT the film spoiled for yourself. I’m glad I don’t watch trailers or look at BTS photos.

    • THGhost

      The video spoils nothing, trust me. Watch it, you won’t regret it.

  • Tim

    Plus, this film looks pretty lame as it is.

    • Christian

      watch that video, and you’ll change your mind.

      • DamnBASTERD

        Just this footage. Definitely not seeing it, now.

  • Albert

    This is how you know that a blockbuster campaign is not being done right. There shouldn’t be 25 minutes of the movie. That just proves how they’re just giving everything away.

    • mike

      If it spoiled everything,why did you search it in the first place,and if it was a ad,why did you click on it? your so retarded

  • Ryan

    Lame Emo-Spiderman.

    • Christian

      What about this looks emo to you? Watch Spider-man 3, and you’ll see emo spider-man.

  • Ashbuckler

    Not being picky, but how can 25mins of a 2hour 20 min movie be a third? That’d be about a sixth… A third of the movie would be 50 mins.

  • Frank

    Andrew Garfield’s acting looks like it’s going to suck. The rest looks pretty good, actually.

    • Joe

      Actually I think Garfield’s acting is a credit to the film.
      It’s Emma Stone I’m concerned about.
      Kirsten Dunst could actually come off looking a better actress!

  • Sakamoto Laugh

    How can I download the 25 minute thing so as to put through my PS3 to watch on my tv?

    • Miles Bennett Dyson

      put it on a floppy.

    • THGhost

      You could try streaming it directly from your PS3. Despite what people say about the PS3′s web browser, it does actually support a large number of browser-based video players. Just load this page on your PS3 and see if it works.

  • JackofSpades

    I just watched the 25 minute video and it makes the movie look better than I thought it would be from only seeing one trailer before.

  • Ray

    I’ll just say this, It looks like this is going to trend toward HIGHLY positive from critics, that SHOULD mean it will at least have some worth.Also “Normal” people from the UK seem to really love it from reviews i’ve seen on forums.

  • AlexHeyNa

    All I watched was the “car thief” scene in that 25-minute preview. All I can say is, people better lower their snobby chins and stop being so stuck-up about this movie. It’s going to be fantastic.

  • Lord Snow

    that was the whole movie. saved $10

  • wacko3205


    Like I said before…can’t wait.

    Was very concerned…but love the cast & can’t wait.

    I say that alot folks…sorry…but can’t wait.

  • Jesus

    The choice by Sony to put this 25 minute preview online suggests the film company didn’t think the trailers were cut to really sell the film, and that insecurity is only underpinned by the rumors that Sony as a whole really dislikes the final cut Webb gave them. Their lack of confidence is pushing them to show people as much as possible to belay their own fears, but it’s really only making people scratch their heads or giving them so much advance insight into the story that people who might have been on the fence will be turned off by the unfinished bathroom scene, etc.

    This was a very bad marketing decision.

  • ozzie


  • terry

    Beware of the paid Hollywood studio trolls on this site.
    Spiderman is going to freaking tank at the box office.
    Emma and Garfield are supposedly dating. Yuk! Total PR stunt. As soon as the movie opens Andrew or Emma will be seen with some hot looking piece of a**. You know how the rest of the story will end. By Christmas they will be a non item.

    • ozzie

      a troll warning us about trolling … wow … hey sony where’s my check?

      this “preview” is all the footage we have already seen all pasted together very badly … this is not from Sony. there is even a ton of source logo watermarks in the video.

      just watching this i am thinking “this is spiderman” … unlike watching the Raimi movies thinking “this is not spiderman”.

      i really do think this is the emo spiderman … you say it as if it’s a bad thing … spiderman was very emo before that term existed. a skinny bullied science nerd.

      to the guy who said this was going to tank at the box office there is no way … not when every kid in america can connect at a personal level with this character … projecting your bitter thoughts (and possibly your bitter existence) onto this film has no effect on it’s outcome at the box office. so you don’t think you are going to like it … don’t see it … the rest of us are tired of your negativity and will enjoy the film.

  • LEM

    There’s something about that cornball, cutesy music they use that bugs me. I know I will not pay money to watch this especially since I’ve been hearing critics say this is a Twilight version of Spiderman.

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  • Seekerbolt713

    First, I think this looks great. A retelling of the origin story may be unnecessary, but if we do have to be spoonfed the same thing again on a corporate whim, at least it looks a little different, and a little truer to the wisecracking Peter Parker we know and love.

    But you people really think 25 minute preview is from Sony? Somehow I doubt it. It uses super low quality video, some of it in black and white, and several of the clips are screen-grabbed from Yahoo! Movies (the logo is clearly visible in the lower right-hand corner). This isn’t studio; it’s fan-made, a fact that’s noted on several other sites running the story.

  • jetblac

    So I got to about the 8 minute mark, and finally decided to go see this film. I stopped there because I think I am going to like it. These long assed previews are changing peoples minds for the better and for the worse. Somebody is going to watch this and say, “That looks worse than I expected.”

  • kj

    25 minutes confirms…the Lizard design is (still) awful, Spiderman (who on occasion actually wears a mask) delivers one-liners which come across as a guy who’s just an a-hole and finally, the whole thing is coated in a doe-eyed, twilight-romance. What’s not to like? Only everything.

  • Django9000

    I’ve been keeping tabs on trailers, tv spots etc. – and yet this collated chunk showed even pieces that I hadn’t seen.

    I think that shows that, in the internet age, not even the devoted fan can keep up with every avenue they’re aiming to strike a chord in.

    Clearly, I’m pretty psyched for this flick. The interesting question will be – is it “too superhero-y” or too dark to take a date to? The chemistry btw/ Stone & Garfield’s strong, sure.

    Family flick (little kid Parker, little kid in Spidey mask saved by spidey) check. Date flick (Emma Stone – check). Edginesss (Dennis Leary. Let’s hope he gets to flex his comedic teeth a bit…) check.

    Let’s hope they’ve got enough easter eggs to keep the comics fans among us happy. So far, I like what I see.

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  • kj

    Sugar coated with a doe-eyed twilight love story…this thing is an un-necessary re-hashed, mess.

  • grumpy

    God, movies are so shitty these days.

  • Stef

    I still have the same feeling after watching the 25min one. I like the people involved. The more practical action looks good. Still don’t like the fact that it’s an origin story. The cgi is bad (esp the burning car), the lizard design and cgi is bad. I lose interest when the lizard turns up. I will still see it because of Garfield though, because he was awesome in Red Riding.

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  • jetblac

    Yep, That was pretty much the whole movie.

  • jetblac

    Yep, That was pretty much the whole movie.

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