With the recent news that 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' would feature footage from 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' as its post-credit sequence, it opened the door to the idea of possible future crossovers. But the producers of the current Spider-Man movies are pretty positive we'll never see the web slinger working alongside Tony Stark.
Following the release of the first 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' trailer, fans of the Marvel web slinger were a buzz with their first looks at Electro, the mechanical Rhino and even a new Green Goblin in action. Now, thanks to the overseas marketing for the next installment to Marc Webb's trilogy, there's even more footage to be seen.
The smartest thing about the new preview for ‘The Amazing Spider-Man‘ is that it doesn’t show too much of Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker becoming Spider-Man. What it does offer is footage of Spidey acting heroic, saving children and fighting Rhys Ifans’s Curt Connor/The Lizard. It shows a size and scale that makes it look like a new take on the material, and makes us cautiously optimistic. Check i