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'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Photo Teases Sinister Six

August 19, 2013 (6:06 am) GMT
The new production photo seemingly confirms the arrival of six supervillains in the Andrew Garfield starrer.

Sinister Six could really be featured in "". A new batch of production photos, courtesy of Niko Tavernise, has hit the web, and one of the said images candidly teases the group of supervillains that will mercilessly turn the webslinger's world upside down.

The news about these six villainous characters first sparked in June. At that time, Rhino and the main antagonist Electro are said to team up with Vulture (). According to reports emerging later, the other three will be Green Goblin (), Menace () and Kletus Kassady ().

Though director Marc Webb never confirms or denies these rumors, he has once given hint that what will be featured in the upcoming second installment might be as predicted. "I'm a fan of The Sinister Six. I'll say that. I think if you pay attention to the second movie, you'll see hints of what's to come," he said to Cinema Blend.

Due out May 2014, "Amazing Spider-Man 2" will follow the titular hero juggling his heroic duty to take out the bad guys as Spidey and his personal time with the person he loves the most as Peter Parker. This time, things will change as new villains show up and his old friend Harry Osborn returns.

will reprise role as the fan-favorite Spider-Man.

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