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The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer in HD!

Posted on 20 July 2011 by Christian

Here it is folks, the High Definition Trailer of the Amazing Spider-Man. Are you still hyped? Or even more? Or do you still think this is an empty web-capsule?

Here you go:

What did you think? Well, we get a much better view on some of the scenes and the first person sequence can now be seen in high definition.

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First (Low-Quality) Teaser Trailer From The Amazing Spider-Man Online!

Posted on 19 July 2011 by Christian

It’s Spidey’s time to shine; evidently not in the greatest quality, make the jump and check out the teaser trailer for Sony’s Marc Webb-directed reboot The Amazing Spider-Man!

Receiving confirmation last week that it was attached to this Friday’s release of Captain America: The First Avenger, it’s no surprise eager Spidey fans have captured and posted the first teaser trailer for Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man reboot. While it’s expected to be officially released this week, watch a shaky-cam version below!

The Amazing Spider-Man focuses more on Peter Parker

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Check Out Spider-Man Web Swinging Through Traffic In New Set Pictures!

Posted on 26 January 2011 by Christian

Hit the jump for our first look at Andrew

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Andrew Garfield On Tobey Maguire And The Spider-Man Legacy!

Posted on 17 November 2010 by Christian

The actor talks a little about what it’s like to follow in the footsteps of the last actor who portayed Peter Parker and contemplates what it might be like to mess it all up…

The British actor had this to say in an interview at the ‘Young

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Andrew Garfield Is Going to Approach Spider-Man Like It

Posted on 08 November 2010 by Christian

At the L.A. Times‘ Young Hollywood round table on Friday, the next Spider-Man maintained his image of adorable humbleness: “Ironically, I’m going to be the person in the audience [at the Spider-Man reboot] going, ‘Shit! Shit! They cast this English fool?’ I see [Spider-Man] like Hamlet or any Shakespeare play. Every actor is going to play King Lear differently because every actor is a different person. My approach isn’t going to change. I’m just going to approach it like I’m doing a short film of Spider-Man that my friend is directing. It’s kind of how I have to approach it or I’ll lose my mind. I’ll let you know next year [how that goes].” Sigh. [HR]

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