A day after Sony and Columbia Pictures unveiled a new trailer and additional footage from “The Amazing Spider-Man” to fans in a 13 city coordinated event, which also included satellite interviews with the cast and filmmakers, the studio released the second official Spidey teaser online.
Starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, “The Amazing Spider-Man” doesn’t stray too far from Sam Raimi’s trilogy, in terms of look and feel, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. And New York seems to play a hefty role in the pic a la “Ghostbusters” with landmarks and taxi cabs interwoven into many of the scenes.
Directed by Marc Webb and also starring Rhys Ifans as the pic’s nemesis, Dr. Connors (a.k.a The Lizard), “Spider-Man” tells the story of Peter Parker and his quest to find out why his parents disappeared when he was young.
Denis Leary, Martin Sheen and Sally Field co-star.
“The Amazing Spider-Man” opens July 3, 2012.