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New Set Photos: 'Spider-Man' Filming Fighting Scene

February 5, 2011 (5:11 am) GMT
Spider-Man is seen wrestling with a man who is believed to be portraying a burglar trying to break in a car in the pictures.

More pictures from the set of "" reboot have given sneak peek to the action scene. On Thursday, February 3, the superhero was snapped grappling with a man believed to be playing a burglar who is trying to break in a car. More interestingly, there were two Spider-Men spotted during the filming in Los Angeles.

"The Spider Man Reboot films a scene involving a car burglar and two Spider-Man's which both appear on camera," an eyewitness explained to On Location News about the production. "In the scene, in character as Spider-Man is hiding in the back seat of a car that a car burglar attempts to steal. The spooked thief exits the car to escape but is taken down by a second Spider-Man as Spider-Man number one (Garfield) watches the action through the backseat window. Both Spider man's were also seen rehearsing a stunt together while covered in trench coats."

The untitled Spider-Man Reboot has Andrew Garfield taking the lead role and playing his love interest Gwen Stacy. is additionally cast as the not-yet-named villain. Serving behind the lens is Marc Webb.

The movie will see teen Peter Parker who grapples with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises. This new "Spider-Man" film is made in 3-D and will open wide in theaters across the nation on July 3, 2012.










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