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'Amazing Spider-Man' Intense Bridge Scene Revealed in 4-Minute Super Preview

May 15, 2012 (3:38 am) GMT
The masked vigilante saving a little boy from falling into the sea during a havoc at a bridge is one of the scenes highlighted in the freshly released promo video.
'Amazing Spider-Man' Intense Bridge Scene Revealed in 4-Minute Super Preview

Columbia Pictures has a special treat for "" fans. The studio has just unleashed a 4-minute super preview that uncovers a longer look at the intense bridge scene where Spidey gets into the action to save a little boy from falling into the sea. Also highlighted in the footage are some scenes that have been previewed in the previously released trailers.

"Amazing Spider-Man" will arrive in the U.S. cinemas on July 3. Filling the shoes of the eponymous hero is , while his real-life girlfriend portrays Parker's leading lady Gwen Stacy. , meanwhile, stars as supervillain Lizard.

Director Marc Webb once explained that he wanted to explore Parker's origin in his movie. "I wanted to treat Peter Parker in a more naturalistic way," he said. "I think there are a lot of things from Spider-Man canon that haven't been explored cinematically."

"This movie really starts off with Peter Parker and his parents, which is something we've never really seen before," the filmmaker continued on. "And I think that was something we were all really interested in exploring as filmmakers."



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