The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer Debuting Next Week!


And so the Spidey mania begins! Sure “The Amazing Spider-Man” won’t be hitting theaters until next year, but that doesn’t stop the studio from getting started on all the hype and promo stuff early. That’s why next week, the teaser trailer for Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” will be hitting the web (no pun intended) next week! The trailer will also be shown during some of the “Captain America: The First Avenger” screenings.

According to SHH, the trailer will come in at 2 minutes and 30 seconds. 2 minutes and 30 seconds of glory if you ask me. From what I’ve seen set pics wise and with the cast members that are apart of the new Spider-Man reboot, it doesn’t look like it’ll disappoint and I hope it doesn’t. Along with the announcement, EW has debuted their latest issue with Andrew Garfield on the cover in his Spider-Man suit. EW has even confirmed that the Lizard is in fact the film’s villain. Here’s some stuff from the issue:

EW can also exclusively confirm that Rhys Ifans will be playing Doc Conners, who, in an experiment gone wrong, transforms into one of Spider-Man’s most formidable foes ever, the Lizard.

Four years after Spider-Man 3, starring Tobey Maguire, “The Amazing Spider-Man” promises to be a “more contemporary,” “more gritty,” and “more character-driven” look at the comic book hero. He’s a hero the 27-year-old Garfield knows well. Growing up, “I related to Peter Parker [Spidey's alter ego] so much because I felt like someone else inside,” he says. “I loved the comic books and the animated TV series and I even dressed up as Spider-Man as a kid.”

Adds Webb: “Ultimately what this movie is about is a kid who grows up looking for his father and finds himself. And that’s a Spider-Man story we haven’t seen before.”

Along with the hi-res EW cover, ComingSoon posted some hi-res pictures from the issue:

Edit: EW added some new photos which I’ve added to the article now.

“The Amazing Spider-Man” will hit theaters on July 3, 2012 in 2D and 3D and star Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, Martin Sheen and Sally Field.

Author: Jessica

Jessica lives in one of the hottest places--Florida. Sure it's not Sahara Desert hot, but it can be when summer hits. Jessica has also been a writer for another little site for quite some time and has really enjoyed writing thus far. Favorite movies in case you're all interested for some reason include Easy A, Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, the '82 version of The Thing and Black Swan.
  • Eagle Eye

    AMAZING, its shot right back up onto MUST SEE LIST, heck, there is no longer a list, JUST THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN by Marc Webb

  • Lexavi80

    HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!!.

    THE PICS ARE AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Love the suit and how it sits on Mr. Garfield.

    Another Marvel hit!!!!!!

  • Dedpool

    The pictures are definitely making me feel better about the film, though I never actually thought it’d be horrible. Still not feeling the gloves and boots but its not a dealbreaker for me. Webshooters look great.

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  • Arthur

    No Tobey Maguire, no Kirsten Dunst, no Sam Raimi. Not getting my money. Sorry. “X-Men: First Class” was terrible. Beast looked like something off of Krofft Superstars. Don’t care about “Thor”. “Captain America” looks cheesy with the exception of Tommy Lee Jones in the film to give it some weight. I did like both Hulk films. Both Iron Man films were really good too. Marvel is flooding the market. Wolverine 2 and Avengers coming and possibly a Fantastic Four reboot. Just watch the difference in quality when Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises” comes out.

    • juggernaut

      No doubt about it of all of the superhero flicks, Nolan’s Bat films are the best. However, on the whole, Marvel has way more winning properties than DC does. Even with the release of this summer’s Green Lantern and the upcoming Superman reboot they are still nowhere near as influencial as Marvel. While X:Men First Class may have had continuity problems and I’ll agree on the look of Beast the movie itself was extrordinary in my opinion. Even if you take that film out of the equation, since it was not a Marvel Studios film, there was still Thor, which in my opinion wasn’t just a box office success but one of the best comic adaptations ever! You quickly dismiss it in your comment but it was a terrific comic movie. It had dramatic depth, great acting and a superb director and effects. Not sure what you’ve seen of the Captain America: The First Avenger so far but everything that I’ve seen points to it being awesome! The Ang Lee Hulk film sucked! Louis Letterier”s The Incredible Hulk was one of the first batch of new era Marvel films and a very solid movie. You mention the upcoming Wolverine sequel and Avengers coming next year. Marvel also has two non-Marvel Studios properties slated to drop (Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengence and The Amazing Spider-Man) as well as the third installment in the Ironman franchise! On top of that they have numerous other charcters in varying stages of production. DC has none! I’m not just a Marvel fan, I’m a comics fan. I’d love to see great movies made out of DC characters it just isn’t happening. After Nolan’s final Batman movie there will surely be a Superman franchise, provided this one doesn’t tank like the last one. Green Lantern has already been given the thumbs up for a sequel as well but then what? There are potential franchises there but getting them made is a task for DC. Personally, I won’t be holding my breathe for a Flash or Wonder Woman movie. I’ll be relying on my big screen comic films from Marvel.

    • juggernaut

      I forgot to comment on your love of Raimi’s Spider-Man series. While the first one was good and the second was better and we all know what the third one was, they were by no means the last word in Spider-Man movies and they sure weren’t outstanding superhero films. If done correctly the third one could have been very good. Stick to what Raimi was good at in the first two, classic villains and Peter’s stryfe. If they used Sandman by himself, who was the best part of the movie, cut out the black suit/Emo Spidey plot and saved Venom for the next film.
      This new film seems to be sticking closer to the source material. One of my biggest problems with the first Spider-Man was the changing out of Gwen for MJ. This one will hopefully fulfill that storyline be it in the first film or throughout two. Then bring in MJ and others like Liz Allen and Felicia Hardy. Set up some characters and have them become their alter egos in future films. I also like the long, slender build of Andrew Garfield as opposed to Tobey Maguire. In the comics Spidey is lean and agile. Maguire seemed to short and a bit bulky. The entire cast of this new film seem to be on the money. Hopefully they get a better MJ for this franchise. Dunst was awful. MJ is supposed to be jaw droppingly hot! I picture Christina Hendricks (MadMen) in the role, although she may be a bit too old.

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    • Juggernaut

      Thanks man!!! That was a great trailer. Looks very cool. The first person perspective was a great way to show the powers off for the trailer. Looks like they’ll be taking the route of having Peter’s parents being S.H.I.E.L.D. agents! Awesome!!!

  • Lexavi80

    Damn!. I missed it!!!!.