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Spider-Man Squatting and Climbing in Other Set Pictures

January 31, 2011 (8:17 am) GMT
The close-up shots taken during the filming in Los Angeles also give a better look at Spider-Man costume, including his shoes and mask.

More photos from the set of untitled Spider-Man Reboot have landed online, giving other sneak peeks at the superhero in action. During the shooting in Los Angeles, the man dressed in Spider-Man costume is pictured squatting on a truck and climbing the side part of the vehicle, with a sling attached on his back.

The newly found images additionally give close-up looks at the mask and the shoes of Spider-Man which were not seen in the first still featuring . When the camera was not rolling, the man is seen being covered with a black jacket. The new set pictures were obtained by On Location News and can be seen here.

The new "" film kicked off principal photography in December 2010 with Marc Webb serving behind the lens. Andrew Garfield takes the titular role with starring opposite him as Peter Parker's love interest Gwen Stacy. is also cast as the not-yet-named villain.

Made to tell the story of teen Peter Parker who grapples with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises, the movie is scripted by James Vanderbilt. The action sci-fi film will hit 3-D theaters when it is dropped by Columbia Pictures on July 3, 2012 in the U.S.


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