Must Watch: International 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Trailer Shows More

December 13, 2013

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

"We have plans for you, Peter Parker." Following the epic first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and today's news of an expanded universe that will include spin-off films for Venom and The Sinister Six, a new international trailer for the sequel has arrived with tons of new footage we haven't seen yet. It starts off light and funny with Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) trying to hide his hero duties from Aunt May (Sally Field), but then we get into the meat of the sequel with all the villains, including a taunting new voiceover line that seems to be from Chris Cooper as Norman Osborne. Plus, we get a better taste of the face-off between Spidey and Electro (Jamie Foxx) in Times Square that was teased at Comic-Con this year. Watch!

Here's the international trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 via ComicBookMovie:

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is directed by Marc Webb and written by Jeff Pinker, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) finds, life is busy between taking out the bad guys as Spider-Man and spending time with the person he loves, Gwen (Emma Stone), high school graduation can't come quickly enough. Peter hasn't forgotten the promise he made to Gwen's father to protect her by staying away, but that's a promise he just can't keep. Things will change for Peter when a new villain, Electro (Jamie Foxx), emerges, an old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), returns, and Peter uncovers new clues about his past. Sony will release Amazing Spider-Man 2 in theaters next summer on May 2nd. Your thoughts?

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Nathan Williams on Dec 13, 2013


Not cool!

Szkari on Dec 13, 2013


First trailer was enough, maybe even too much - gonna skip all trailers till movie comes out this included.

Gooniesmurf on Dec 13, 2013


This should have been the trailer we got.

Fidel Reyes on Dec 13, 2013


Wow. Four comments and not a single bitching and moaning. Did the world end?

97point6 on Dec 13, 2013


I didn't realize all comments had to be positive and brown-nosing. Thanks.

cobrazombie on Dec 14, 2013


But still managed to get it in, eh?

97point6 on Dec 15, 2013


LOL "Sorry. I love you. Don't hate me." said the executives to Sam Raimi when they told him they were rebooting Spider Man.

Akirakorn on Dec 13, 2013


No, I'm sorry but no

ListenToVinyl on Dec 13, 2013


Well... this is just... really bad.

Szkari on Dec 13, 2013


i want to see more of rhino

Luke Hanna on Dec 13, 2013


I have a feeling Rhino is going to get offed in the first hour, and the last hour and 15 minutes Peter'll be dodging around New York City in and out of his Spidey outfit dating Gwen, finding out more about who he is (and maybe will meet) and getting into some flashing battles with Electro and GG. Done.

conradthegreat on Dec 13, 2013


So wait...Freezer was a "Don't watch" but this formulaic, unnecessary, CGI crapfest is a "Must watch"? HHAHAH...ok

Dingo on Dec 13, 2013


The fact that this trailer shows even more than the first one is exactly the problem. Perhaps this should be labeled "watch at your own risk"...

Nash on Dec 13, 2013


CGI is a bit shite ain't it?

Ry on Dec 13, 2013


This game looks great! Xdddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddlmfao!

lmfaoRetardedSmashFan on Dec 14, 2013


In the video-gaming world, there are a lot of people who fall in the category of "graphics whores". Those are people who trash-talks games or hate them just because the graphics aren't realistic enough. Sadly, i see that this kind of people also exist in the movie world. So what if the CGI is not on par with movies like Gravity, Prometheus etc.?! I may understand young people complaining about the CGI, but i can't see the reason why older people who caught the begining of "CGI in movies" era, are bashing the movie so hard (they've seen a lot worse, so they should be more understanding). As a Spider-man fan (comic books in general) i'm glad for the reboot of this series, especially for introducing Gwen Stacy. Also, i find Andrew Garfield, a better Spider-man then Tobey Maguire.

CosminD on Dec 14, 2013


So what you're saying is I am not allowed to have an opinion about this movie because I am too old, and I am a 'graphic whore'? Although I think I understand what the underlying idea of your comment is, you expressed yourself not very respectful. Assuming I understand what you try to say, I disagree. I think the quality and quantity of special effects is very much a valid criterion for judging movies or movie trailers. As is anything else that is showed on screen during any movie or trailer. Movies are made to watch. And so they can be judged upon anything that is seen while watching it. If movie-makers don't want to be judged on special effects, by all means; do not implement them in your movie!

Nash on Dec 14, 2013


People have to realize that there is no point in judging a film's CGI from a trailer. More than likely, many of the shots they use aren't 100% complete. By the time the film comes out they will be. Only then can the effects be judged fairly.

David Diaz on Dec 15, 2013


Movie makers have to realize people judge a movie by its trailer.

Nash on Dec 27, 2013


I wasn't talking about judging a movie, just the effects. Obviously it's natural to judge whether you want to see a film or not from the trailer. But I was referring specifically to the CGI in a trailer. I just think it isn't fair to say the effects suck when what you are seeing isn't a finished product. It's just the nature of the business now. Teasers and trailers are put out so early that they have to use unfinished effects shots.

David Diaz on Dec 30, 2013


Interesting. By the way, I don't think the quality of the CGI is the only issue in this trailer, but the quantity is at least a problem of the same magnitude. Giving a teaser/trailer an overload of CGI, no matter if it looks good or not, sort of takes away the genuine excitement of watching stuff. Even in a super-hero movie, most folks would like to see some real people, real cities, real situations, etcetera.

Nash on Dec 30, 2013


I agree with you there. But hopefully the quality goes up so we don't notice the quantity as much. The best effects are the ones you don't think about or even know are there.

David Diaz on Dec 30, 2013


Because there's too much CGI and it looks bad here. It's not complicated.

cobrazombie on Dec 14, 2013


Couldn't have said it any better!

Miko on Dec 15, 2013


I feel cap america 2 will be better than this

Anwesh Gope on Dec 14, 2013


Bugger off!

Guest on Dec 14, 2013


Go experience yourself, you spamming son of a mother!

Nash on Dec 14, 2013


I didn't realize all comments had to be positive and brown-nosing. Thanks.

friv 2 friv 3 friv 4 on Dec 15, 2013


At least be original. "cobrazombie" someone's using your shtick, or brown-nosing.

97point6 on Dec 15, 2013


Even after watching this I'm still not excited. When will Hollywood learn to stop rebooting every single movie. I blame part one for being so bland and boring which is why I'm not going to run to the theater to see this. I'll just wait for the dvd release and rent it from netflix.

blkstar on Dec 15, 2013


Having the word 'Amazing' in the movie title is a little misleading.

Carpola on Dec 15, 2013



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