Alright guys and girls, get ready for some major spoilers. We've seen a lot of news, images and viral marketing campaigns for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man' movie, directed by Marc Webb starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. But no movie before this has dared to give fans as in depth a look at what they'll be seeing on the big screen. We recently caught a glimpse at some video clips of the upcoming movie, and so far things look pretty, well, amazing (no pun intended).
We'll warn you in advance, if you want to go into the movie on June 3rd without any knowledge of what to expect, then you definitely don't want to check out the following clips. They appear to be footage we will see in the film, and they give us an in-depth look at the actors, the way they interact and some of the special effects we will be seeing on-screen. The video clips and their descriptions have been posted after the jump.== TEASER ==
In the first clip we see Garfield in costume on the phone warning Gwen Stacey to leave the building -- but she displays her resilience proving that you don't need a costume to act like a hero. I don't want to say too much more and spoil it for you. You can check out the clip here, since we can't embed it onto the site. If you don't mind the spoiler and want a more in-depth look at what will likely be one of the better action scenes in the film, then don't watch it. It's pretty revealing. For the record, we kind of loved it.
Next is our first real look at Spider-Man in action. We have to say that we didn't think they could make web-slinging look so effortless, but they did. Actor Andrew Garfield's stunt double practically glides across the screen in this clip -- and it looks like the Lizard isn't the only thing he'll be running away from.
We get a look at Peter Parker and Dr. Connors talking science in this next clip. We loved that Gwen Stacey's character seems to have no problem throwing her weight around a little bit when it comes to showing Peter who's smarter.
Gwen's dad is clearly not Spider-Man's biggest fan. Or Peter's for that matter; and he makes that pretty evident in the clip above.
That's a lot to take in, right? If you have doubts about this movie then maybe these latest clips will reaffirm your faith in Marc Webb and 'The Amazing Spider-Man.' What did you think?