Director Marc Webb has been taking to Twitter nearly everyday to post pictures of his upcoming project, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie, and give fans hints about what they can expect to see in the upcoming film. Earlier in the week Webb posted a picture of Spidey's eye mask which looked pretty cool, but didn't really give us a whole lot of insight into what the story line of the upcoming movie will be all about. More recently, however, it seems that Webb has given us more clues. First, a photo of two FBI agents holding up their badges and pointing them (rather authoritatively) straight at the camera with the hashtag "#knockknock", and more recently the image of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt made entirely out of sticky notes with the hashtage "#thepassage."
So the question is, what could these clues be leading up to? How do they pertain to the overall plot in question? If you think back to Marc's first venture into the Spider-Man mythos at the end of the first film, audiences were given some clues at the end of the film following the credits. If you haven't scene the film or the scene we are referring to, then you may want to stop reading now.== TEASER ==
Following the credits for The Amazing Spider-Man we get a scene featuring Dr. Curt Connors who is in prison, which you can watch here. In it, he is visited by a very mysterious, shadowy figure who asks him, "did you tell the boy about his father?" Following this moment, Connors grows defensive and demands that the mysterious man "leave the boy alone." Lightning strikes in the background and provides the only light for the scene. This detail could merely be for dramatic effect, or it could be a nod to the movie sequel's next villain, Electro, who will be played by Jaime Foxx. But what could Electro want with information on Peter Parker's parents? Our theory is that the end scene we saw in the first film has something to do with the clues being provided to fans by Webb via Twitter, but that's merely speculation. What do you think? Do you think it is possible that there is a connection between Parker's father, the picture of FDR, and the knock on the door from the FBI agents? We will have to wait and see.
What would you like to see in the next Spider-Man movie? Is there something that hasn't been touched on that you would like to see dealt with? Do you want to know more about Peter's parents?