All of the Deleted Scenes from THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

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A couple weeks ago, a couple of deleted scenes from The Amazing Spider-Man went online.  The scenes helped to better understand Peter Parker’s origin and clear up some of the ambiguities of the original film.  Now, with the Blu-ray/DVD set to be released on November 9th, all of the deleted scenes have leaked out.  Most of the deleted scenes focus on Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), so if you were looking for more explanation of the movie’s inconsistencies and plot holes, you won’t find them here.  However, they do make Connors a more sympathetic character, so I can understand why these scenes were shot but later cut.

Hit the jump to check out the deleted and extended scenes, and click here to pre-order The Amazing Spider-Man on Blu-ray/DVD.

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  • tarek

    I don’t mind for the inconsistencies as much as I do want to know how a movie filmed with a 3D red Epic camera has looked so 2D…

    Plus, There was nothing new in the movie… the the same ol’ story. All they have done is changing the ginger with a blonde.

    • Brian

      That’s exactly why I didn’t see it. I can’t speak for the movie itself, though when I heard that they were rehashing Spider-man’s origin I knew that I wasn’t going to waste my money.

      All they had to do is carry the character forward, and I would have been in line. Instead they decided to rehash old territory that had been well-covered in Sam Raimi’s films.

  • Ben

    This movie sucked. I really don’t understand how people could like it better than Raimi’s Spider-man 1 and 2.

    • mattedscreen

      It’s because people as a whole are kind of stupid…

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  • TheSargonTimes

    As a spidey fan and as a huge fan of Raimi’s 1 & 2, I loved this movie. Maybe not as good overall as Raimi’s, but it does some things way better than the previous ones. And let’s not forget Spider-Man 3 so a reboot was necessary.

    • Carramrod

      Or they could have just ignored part 3. Sequels used to do this all the time when there was a lousy entry, before Hollywood got all reboot and remake obsessed.

  • Tommy

    I’m now more sure than ever that they just threw a bunch of crap on the wall and just saw what stuck. I mean, it’s like they had no idea what they were doing or what they were making, other than Spider-Man was in it. Sadly, what stuck wasn’t all that good either.

    • Chad

      “I’m now more sure than ever that they just threw a bunch of crap on the wall and just saw what stuck. I mean, it’s like they had no idea what they were doing or what they were making”

      This isn’t a thread about The Dark Knight Rises or The Avengers.

      • Ernie

        Nope. Nice try, but Avengers and Dark Knight Rises knew exactly what they were doing and what they had set out to accomplish. They were either big scale and fun (Avengers) or at least had ambition and ideas (Dark Knight Rises).

        Amazing Spider-Man had none of these things. It was a mishmash of tropes that we’ve seen hundreds of times before, slapped together by studio executives on an assembly line. It was mediocre and forgettable. Seriously, unlike those movies, hardly anyone even remembers this exists and it only came out a few months ago! It doesn’t deserve to be compared to either Avengers or Dark Knight Rises. It’s company is Ghost Rider 2 and Green Lantern.

        There’s a reason why more and more people are starting to realize and say Amazing Spider-Man sucks–because it does. This was bland, mediocre garbage made to make as quick a buck as possible. This is the definition of a lazy, hackneyed, throwaway movie and everything wrong with Hollywood blockbusters nowadays.

  • tato

    I just cant like something with tobey mcguire in it.

    • Chris

      Well at least he wasn’t a total douche like Garfield was in some scenes of this one.

  • Jamie

    I actually preferred the gritty, dark, amateurish feel to The Amazing Spider-man. I also prefer the actors and actresses to the ones in the Raimi films (with the exception of Defoe and Franco). Plus, I think the story as a whole is much stronger moving towards a trilogy. 1&2 had a good base, what with the whole Green Goblin, Peter Parker discovering himself and what not, but the 3rd just trailed off and lost its way. And I believe that is due to a weak story line. Where as this reboot feels much stronger and deeper in story, with the mystery behind his parents disappearance etc.

    The film was just too patriotic for a Global film for me though, put the token flags and American die hard unity in all the war films for all I care, but nothing else. Please.

    • ScaredForMovies

      I see your point but you do realize that the studio interfered with Spider-Man 3 and forced Raimi to shoe horn in Venom. After the success of Spider-Man 2 the studio felt the need to step in because they did a focus group and decided people like Venom. I think that’s why it fell apart. As for the Amazing Spider-Man I thought it was mediocre at best. The portrayal of the Lizard was my main issue. They were trying to go for this dark gritty version of Spider-Man and the Lizard came across as really cheesy. I could accept the camp in Raimi’s version but when it showed up in ASM it threw the whole movie off.

  • terry

    Here’s one deleted scene y’all won’t see on the deluxe blu ray set.
    My ass never at a showing of that crock of shit movie.

  • mawgaman

    Was there seriously a reference to Freddy Krueger, I could have sworn doc Conners said Freddy.

    • Ben

      Haha well he means the test rat Freddy, but he is wearing a Freddy Kreuger glove in that scene as a stand in for the CG arm. How funny was he wearing that giant green sock in the bathroom scene? You can see in his eyes how apalled he was to be in this movie. What a total shlockfest.

  • Ben

    This movie *sucked* even though Garfield and Stone would have been perfect as late 20s Spidey and MJ. Garfield is clearly a genuine fan, reportedly obsessed with the ergonomics of Spidey and mimicking his poses from the classic issues. I was never a fan of Raimi’s series but the reboot makes it look at least like a decent ode to parts of the 60s run. I forget the name of the first early 90s Spidey graphic novel, but a straight adaptation of that with Stone as MJ would have been A++. Why don’t these companies ever just take a venerated issue/arc of something, basically a free storyboard, and just shoot it????

  • sunshine

    The costume was much cooler than Tobey’s but the whole story line was crap. It is just an average movie trying to look cool with all the Hi-Tech Oscorp stuff floating around.

  • mushu

    I just saw the film and have to say that, on the whole it’s not bad at all. Though at the same time while I was watching it I had trouble with the costume which seems a little too shinny or something….it just doesn’t look that good. The other thing is that the scenes that feature Parker without costume (I am talking the first 30 minutes or so) seem more captivating than what follows when we finally see the action pieces that feature Spidey and I can’t help but think that it should be the other way ’round. I was going into this thinking it was going to be shit (and it is a film I skipped watching at the cinemas because I still feel that it is a rehash of an origin story that was never really needed this soon) but as it stands, I was surprised that it turned out this good. I guess it would have been brilliant if the other trilogy (or the first 2 Spidey films to be precise) never happened. Guess this is brilliant for the teen fans out there.

  • mushu

    I just saw the film and have to say that, on the whole it\’s not bad at all. Though at the same time while I was watching it I had trouble with the costume which seems a little too shinny or something….it just doesn\’t look that good. The other thing is that the scenes that feature Parker without costume (I am talking the first 30 minutes or so) seem more captivating than what follows when we finally see the action pieces that feature Spidey and I can\’t help but think that it should be the other way \’round. I was going into this thinking it was going to be shit (and it is a film I skipped watching at the cinemas because I still feel that it is a rehash of an origin story that was never really needed this soon) but as it stands, I was surprised that it turned out this good. I guess it would have been brilliant if the other trilogy (or the first 2 Spidey films to be precise) never happened. Guess this is brilliant for the teen fans out there.

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  • aaronsullivan

    Great movie. Much more interesting characters than the simple Raimi ones. Doesn’t make Raimi’s bad, it’s just different and I like them both. What is everyone’s problem with liking more than one version of the same story? Why do you have to hate one love the other? Not to mention it doesn’t seem some allow themselves to like even two comic movies even though they cover different stories and characters. I don’t get why. Seems like a waste of energy and the sort of self-disillusion that makes life a bit more miserable. Much more miserable for the hater of course than the others who wonder at them. :D

    • Chris

      Actually I didn’t find the characters that complex. I mean not every superhero movie has to be Nolan and have complex dialogue and stuff like that. Especially Spider-Man and the movie made me ask a lot of questions that thankfully the deleted scenes kind of cleared up. But still why in the hell was Spider-Man only out a night for most of the movie. He’s not Batman!

  • aaronsullivan

    Great movie. Much more interesting characters than the simple Raimi ones. Doesn\’t make Raimi\’s bad, it\’s just different and I like them both. What is everyone\’s problem with liking more than one version of the same story? Why do you have to hate one love the other? Not to mention it doesn\’t seem some allow themselves to like even two comic movies even though they cover different stories and characters. I don\’t get why. Seems like a waste of energy and the sort of self-disillusion that makes life a bit more miserable. Much more miserable for the hater of course than the others who wonder at them. :D

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