New Trailer for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Dane DeHaan, and Jamie Foxx [UPDATED]

     February 13, 2014


Sony Pictures has released a new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.  In the upcoming sequel, Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) finds himself surrounded by antagonistic forces as Electro (Jamie Foxx) emerges, Parker’s old friend Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) returns to New York City, and everyone seems to have a connection to the shady goings-on at Oscorp.  This new trailer is a mash-up of the trailers we’ve seen over the past few months with a few bits of new action thrown in.  With a little under three months left to go until the film’s release date, I’m a little worried about how much more they can show us since we’ve already gotten a pretty heavy dose of the plot.  Perhaps it’s best to keep the reveals where they are, and let us be surprised when we see the film in May.

Hit the jump to check out the trailer.  The film also stars Emma Stone, Paul Giamatti, Felicity Jones, Chris Cooper, B.J. Novak, Colm Feore, and Sally Field. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens in 3D on May 2nd. [Update: Sony has pulled the trailer.]

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

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.


  • Mr. Fairlane

    Is he still a Psychotic Douche in this?

    • The Flobbit

      Whenever I see Andrew Garfield I can’t help but think of Anthony Perkins. Twitchy, a bit nervous, slightly high voice…both excellent actors.

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  • Django9000

    I think the effects are subtly getting better as trailers keep comin . His swinging scenes look ever so slightly less video-gamey & movements ever so slightly more believable. I enjoyed Amazing SM thoroughly – simply put Best Stan Lee cameo EVER. Am really hoping there’s more humorous touches in this than the 2 jokes they keep re-iterating in these trailers, though …

    • FoonZeeS

      Every time he’s on screen in the suit it just seems fake looking. It might just be my outdated monitor, but it just looks so hokey.

  • J Wilson

    I don’t like to nay-say, but this seems – unnecessary.

    • hueyhueyhuey

      The same people that unnecessarily rebooted a franchise made this. Of course its unnecessary. So is packing a dozen villains into your 2nd outing…

  • eternalozzie

    I can’t wait for this … I think Garfield and DeHaan are going to have good adversarial chemistry.

  • GrimReaper07

    The Amazing Spidermeh

  • David

    So…where are their magical energy spires lined up like that in the world? Not trying to nay say, but seriously? Where are they fighting?

  • Jamesy

    Just looks so cheap and video gamey…and the music at the beginning of the trailer was terrible. The CG ooks slightly better though, but why no footage of Paul Giamatti? I enjoyed the first one but it no way matched up to Raimis version. Don’t think I’ll see it in theatres maybe grab it on dvd or tv.

  • Emmet

    What is Electro supposed to be a cheap rip-off of Dr. Manhattan?

  • Troll Therapist

    Fox is really banking on xmen days of future past to be a hit. It must be a hit. Xmen days of future past will be the most expensive superhero film ever made with a price tag of 250 million dollars without marketing cost. A quick look to the xmen franchise tells you why it’s a big risk sure to backfire
    The first xmen made more 150 million domestically which adjusted for inflation it’s almost 190 million dollars. X2 made a little more than 200 million dollar and the third xmen was the peak of the franchise at more than 230 million dollar. After this turd, box office for the xmen origin the wolverine shows that audience was tired of the xmen crap. One can argue that many circumstances made xmen origin wolverine a disappointment. The movie leaked beforehand, it was badly written, it features characters from the bottom of the well of the xmen comic book universe and it was directed by someone who doesn’t know how to direct commercial flare.
    Fair enough, then comes xmen first class while an improvement from the wolverine wasn’t an hit with the public. Sure it made more than 140 million domestically, but it posted lackluster dvd sales. Outside of the theaters, the movie didnt have a life. Its DVDs are sitting on shelves collecting dust waiting to be rented or bought. Foreign box office receipt was a little more than 200 million dollars which itself was a massive disappointment even if it was better than wolverine and the first xmen movie. Maybe it was the cast as none was a box office star. Whatever
    Then past year came the forgettable the wolverine movie. In a summer full of gem, the movie came and went. It wasn’t a flop but it wasn’t a hit either. The movie had no audience outside of the neckbearded fanboys. For the wolverine fox thankfully didnt spend much money on it compared to other xmen movies. While the movie wasn’t talked about in America, it was a big hit in select fireign markets.
    As you can see, since xmen 3 (which should have been the franchise last stand), the box office has gradually dwindled. Xmen is not an hot franchise among the superhero landscape. The franchise hasn’t even hit 300 million dollars aboard!!! A d the last 3 movies had little life outside of theaters.
    But somehow that didnt stop fox to spend more than 250 million dollars in this lone movie. The movie will flop, because no way it makes more than 600 million dollars worldwide to break even.

    • Ian

      While I don’t disagree with some of your points here….what does this have to do with a trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2?

      • Troll Therapist

        Shhhhh Ian. Be very very quiet. I’m hunting a troll right now.

  • rivertreeradar

    i have really high hopes they all know what they are doing with this one

    • hueyhueyhuey

      You may want to bring your hopes back down to a realistic level. This guy was hired because his last name is Webb.

  • Steven

    Really enjoyed that trailer, mainly because it was removed by Youtube.

  • doc

    Apparently not.

  • Melwing

    I love Spider-Man. I even enjoyed the first ‘Amazing’ film, despite its faults. But I just find it really hard to get excited about this one.

  • The Flobbit

    This series will never reach the standard of Raimi’s brilliant trilogy. Tobey Maguire was relatable and interesting, the action was breathtaking, and the tone matched the comics. Spider-Man 2 is probably the greatest Marvel film ever made.

  • jay

    i didn’t watch it before Sony pulled it, but seriously how many trailers do you need?

  • Bodeanicus

    Well, the last one was terrible, so no expecting anything from this.