First Official Teaser Poster for Marc Webb's 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

December 9, 2011
Source: SuperHeroHype

The Amazing Spider-Man

The Untold Story… is returning to theaters! Over at SuperHeroHype they've unveiled the first official teaser poster for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, starring Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, seen on the poster. While we've seen at least one colorful teaser poster before from Comic-Con, as well as the teaser trailer, this is a much more simple, dark black teaser poster that uses shadows to define the imagery. I think it's pretty damn cool and a definite mix in style from what I'd expect, which is why I totally love everything that Marc Webb is doing with this. You'll definitely want to see the new poster in full, so check it out below!

Here's the new Amazing Spider-Man teaser poster. Click on this below to see it in high res over on SHH.

The Amazing Spider-Man Poster

Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man stars Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, our hero Spider-Man, as well as Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Rhys Ifans as Dr. Connors, Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben Parker, Sally Field as Aunt May and Denis Leary as George Stacy. 500 Days of Summer director Marc Webb is directing this new reboot of Spider-Man, from a screenplay co-written by Alvin Sargent (Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 & 3), Steve Kloves (Harry Potter movies) and James Vanderbilt (The Rundown, Zodiac, The Losers) in various iterations. Sony Pictures will be bringing The Amazing Spider-Man to theaters next summer, on July 3rd, 2012 next summer. You can still watch the first official teaser trailer that debuted earlier in July right here.

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first impression: i thought it looked kinda corny. but the more i look at it, the better it's getting.

Guest on Dec 9, 2011


first impression: i thought it looked quite good. but the more i look at it, the more it looks like a sequel to The Last Exorcism: Spider Poltergeist.

Anonymous on Dec 10, 2011



David Banner on Dec 10, 2011



Phurdrick on Dec 11, 2011


Friggin great comment!....  I was thinking 30 rock when Tracy said : I'm buggin out!" 

Anonymous on Dec 12, 2011


As a teaser, that is fucking sweet! A+

Agent Kid Society on Dec 9, 2011


reminds me of the star wars anakin/vader poster (and laterally smallville season 10 cover)

Ross on Dec 9, 2011


Class,looking forward to this.

tir na nog on Dec 9, 2011


I think sony has their ear to the ground, they're gonne make TASM and its gonna be gritty beause Spideys their flagship Hero, I dunno about u guys but i Liked the new Punisher Warzone, it didn't hide anything. They could outdo the DTR if they're smart . plus sony is loaded with $ they could get any1 to jack up the move.

Horseflesh on Dec 9, 2011


 its a kids movie - it won't be darker than the last ones.

Dom on Dec 10, 2011


Got my doubts. Still feel that making this was a mistake.

Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011


When you have inept people calling the shots on a film you get a bad film like Green Lantern. Amazing Spider-Man is over wrought with inept people. 

Louise Baker on Dec 9, 2011



Xerxexx on Dec 10, 2011


You dare question Louise Baker?!?!

ur_babys_daddy on Dec 10, 2011


Yes...I dare!

Xerxexx on Dec 10, 2011


The story has been told a bunch of times now...

Roderick on Dec 9, 2011


Harsh comments. Amazing how many people have already seen the movie. I didn't think it came out until next year. Don't know how I missed it. Oh yeah, I did see the poster. Pretty damn good.

97point6 on Dec 9, 2011


Sorry, I guess I missed the law when it became heresy to be critical of films. BEST MOVIE EVAR! Why? Coz its got a cool poster, dude.

Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011


Well there are a lot of judgement comments around here that seem to imply that people have seen the film...

Xerxexx on Dec 10, 2011


Most I've read imply misgivings. That and the boldfaced lie on the generic poster.

Anonymous on Dec 10, 2011


The tag is too much, I agree. The villain is Lizard that much is true.

Xerxexx on Dec 10, 2011


'The untold story' You know, except for those few billion times its been told before...

Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011


WTH?! untold story.... thats dumb /:l

Davidbryan on Dec 10, 2011


The untold story...if you forget the last three movies.

Cookie on Dec 10, 2011


Does anyone here really know anything about the plot, rather than just assuming it's the same fucking story?

fucktard on Dec 10, 2011


The villain is Lizard and he's with Gwen Stacy. Seems that some want to ignore and just blindly compare.

Xerxexx on Dec 10, 2011


It will be great then.

Gianni Persello on Dec 10, 2011


If they give us a dark, gritty Spider-man suited to this generation's cynical youth I'm gonna be so pissed off. Spidey's not a dark, serious character, he's fun and lighthearted and I'm gonna scissor-kick Marc Webb's hipster face in that's not what I get.

Buttass on Dec 10, 2011


Except there's a difference between spider-man being a light hearted, wise cracking character and peter parker being the dark, more serious character. Seems like you can't tell the difference. Btw, Raimi's portrayal of parker and spider-man was anything buy lighthearted or fun most of the time, mostly crying and being sad all day over MJ, Aunt May or Harry.

gueuledebois on Dec 10, 2011


I get what you're saying, but I think the light heartedness of Toby's parker came out in some of the humorous moments surrounding him (over-the-top fight with bone saw, the realized joy of swinging from building-to-building, falling on his face, playing with his powers, etc...).  That's kinda what Raimi did well with Sp 1 & 2.  Not disputing your point, i just hope he doesnt turn out to be some corny, emo, half-hearted attempt at Nolan's style.    

Anonymous on Dec 12, 2011


... "The untold story" xD that tagline just made my day. Not interested. I better go back to my Sam Raimi's Spider-Man DVDs....

Yahzee on Dec 10, 2011


Kinda of cool/interesting they went with having him NOT dressed as spiderman. Makes it focus on the person as a character rather than spiderman as a superhero.

Nick Sears on Dec 10, 2011


Not bad.

Xerxexx on Dec 10, 2011


the untold story. only... its been told too many times. im pretty sure spider is in puberty hell; he has yet to get laid in any of these films. and now, he's back at square one all over again. no wonder he is more emo this time around.

Alejo on Dec 10, 2011


Well for those of us that did not watch the other three films or could not sit through them....for us, this IS the Untold Story of Spidey on the big screen

havehope on Dec 10, 2011


I stil don't get how the shoes stick to the walls? Microscopic spider hairs through the spiderman suit, (sort of plausible) but through shoes?!

Jarno on Dec 10, 2011


Im gonna need some more walls for posters

ur_babys_daddy on Dec 10, 2011


nice, I am really anticipating this movie to help bring respect back to spider man, my favorite super hero.  i think all involved will make it happen

Sinistersix on Dec 10, 2011


"Untold" I guess if you've been living under a rock for the past 40 years, or just arrived from another planet. Are origin stories also safer for Hollywood than telling a new story with a well-known character? If so, it's a pretty sad situation for cinema to be in.

rennmaxbeta on Dec 11, 2011


Right on man.

tard on Dec 12, 2011

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