Tuesday, 19 June 2012

The Amazing Spider-Man: new teaser and stills

I can’t believe that it is almost two years since I posted that the awesome Andrew Garfield was to be the new Peter Parker and now the premieres have taken place in Moscow and London and the countdown is definitely on.  It is no secret that I am a massive Andrew Garfield fan and I simply cannot wait to see this film.  Today, SonyPicsUK have released new 20 and 30 second teaser trailers.  I quite like the 20 second one (above) but visit their channel to check out the rest).

To celebrate, I leave you with fourteen stills from the upcoming Sony Pictures film The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew Garfield, Irrfan Khan, Dennis Leary, Dennis Leary and Emma Stone. 

The Amazing Spider-Man is due out in theatres on 3 July 2012.

Click on the images below for full hi-resolution images.

 

The Amazing Andrew Garfield is Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield is Peter Parker in the Amazing Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield is Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man  Andrew Garfield is Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield is Peter Parker in the Amazing Spider-Man 

Andrew Garfield is Peter Parker in the Amazing Spider-Man   Emma Stone is Gwen Stacy in the Amazing Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield is Peter Parker in the Amazing Spider-Man   Martin Sheen and Sally Field are Uncle Ben and Aunt May in The Amazing Spider-Man

Martin Sheen and Sally Field are Uncle Ben and Aunt May in The Amazing Spider-Man    Campbell Scott is Richard Parker in The Amazng Spider-Man

    Rhys Ifans is The Lizard / Dr. Curt Connors in the Amazing Spider-Man

Al images © 2011 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. / Sony Pictures

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2 comments

  1. I hope the movie does better than the recent Broadway production. But why did we need another version of Spiderman so soon after the original? And I can't picture President Bartlet as Uncle Peter, and the Singing Nun as Aunt May :)

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    1. Hmmm, I never thoughts about that but yes, I guess the casting of Peter's aunt and uncle could get a little cheesy. The Broadway production was a real train smash, wasn't it?

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