Nine New Looks at 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man
Photo: Columbia Pictures

Entertainment Weekly will be debuting these nine new shots from The Amazing Spider-Man in their July 15th Comic Con issue, but they have been made available online in advance of the mag's street date.

The shots include looks at title star Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker and in his Spider-Man garb, our first official looks at Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, a look at Martin Sheen and Sally Field as Peter's aunt and uncle May and Ben Parker and Rhys Ifans as the film's villain, Dr. Conners (aka The Lizard).

Check out the rest of the pics below and stay tuned as the first trailer is expected to hit theaters next Friday (the same day it will debut at San Diego's Comic Con) with select prints of Captain America: The First Avenger and it is said it will run a full 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone (left) and Andrew Garfield (right) in The Amazing Spider-Man
Photo: Columbia Pictures
Rhys Ifans in The Amazing Spider-Man
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Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man
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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man
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Martin Sheen, Sally Field and Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man
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Spider-Man's new webshooters in The Amazing Spider-Man
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The Amazing Spider-Man will be released in 3D on July 3, 2012. The film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field. The film is directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay by James Vanderbilt and Alvin Sargent and Steve Kloves based on the Marvel Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

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  • AJ

    I don't know... I'm having a hard time getting excited about a reboot, even though it seems like a quality production. Not wild about the added "flair" to the costume though.

  • C138

    I dig these photos a lot. I was sort of dreading the idea of another reboot for a franchise that doesn't really need one, but this looks quite promising, especially with the talent involved in front of and behind the camera. It's a little unfortunate that Marvel is releasing it a couple of weeks before The Dark Knight Rises, though. It will probably get overshadowed by Batman.

  • Yaz

    I'm digging these quite a bit... Wasn't sure how to feel about the film at first, but these pics give me some hope that it'll be a fun film. I love Rami's first two Spidey's, but if there's one thing I didn't really dig, it was that they were a bit too heavy handed at times...

    This version, from the little I've seen - which really is, VERY little - looks like it might be a bit less heavy handed... Don't get me wrong, I'm sure there will still be all kinds of stakes and all, I just feel like this could be a welcomed direction for the new series.

    Sure they didn't NEED to reboot it, but I'd have a tough time taking Toby as Spidey these days. The cast out grew the franchise to be honest. One more film could have made it - but then what? I think it was a smart decision to reboot the franchise and go with a younger looking cast. More longevity there if all goes well with the first instalment.

    • AJ

      I'm fine with an all-new cast, I just don't think we need to start over from the beginning every time a franchise has a turn-over in stars. Recasting worked for James Bond just fine. Admittedly, the Batman sequels prior to Nolan were dicey, but the change in lead actor wasn't the main problem.

      Just plug new stars in and tell us some new stories... don't go back to the beginning each time.

  • JM

    I mean, I love Emma Stone, and I like the choice of director (though truly, as amazing as "(500) Days of Summer" is, it is no proof at all that the Mr. Webb can handle a blockbuster production--just look at Marc Forster's disaster-of-a-film "Quantum of Solace"). But I hate the whole premise of a reboot SO SOON. It's not like the film is even for a new generation yet! It's only been 10 years!

    Also, if they think anyone could ever make a better Aunt May than Rosemary Harris (sorry, Sally Field), then they are sorely, gravely mistaken. In the ugliest way possible.

  • Susan

    Love it!!!!!!

  • carrie

    it's too soon for a reboot and the Spiderman suit looks plastic and Emma Stone looks better with red hair

  • John Debono

    While its weird to think of this film series getting rebooted. (I still remember being 10 years old and excited for the first Spider Man.) I love the cast and Marc Webb sounds like a great fit for the reboot. (His position is not that different from Christopher Nolan and Batman when he first signed on.) I'm staying positive until I see the reviews.

  • Philip

    Same thought: too soon a reboot

    But somehow though, this sure I still need to watch EVEN if I have to watch Batman few weeks later. I mean, what's the problem with that?

  • Matt

    I'm loving these photos. Now, just need to see a trailer.

  • G. Clem

    Please don't turn this movie into another Twilight.

  • Topy

    Ya know what....It Looks Good!

  • Josh

    looks gay, gay gay gay. If they want to make a darker version of spiderman fucking awesome, but so far this suit looks terrible compared to the first, looks like something from toys r us. Should have just added on to the originals and 4got about the 3rd one.