THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Trailer Introductions Hit: Plus Clearer Looks At The Suit And That Villain-Centric Banner


spider-man bannerThe first trailer for Marc Webb‘s Amazing Spider-Man sequel will hit this Thursday, but Sony will try to work fans up into a frenzy every day until it hits. While we’ll probably get a small clip clocking in at a few seconds long early next week, since that seems to be the trend nowadays, a new countdown image and some short videos have been released ahead of the big premiere.

Sony Pictures Colombia has gone ahead and uploaded the cast introduction snippets that will be tacked on at the beginning of the upcoming trailer (via @_NerdyGeek_). The brief intros from Jamie Foxx, Emma Stone, and Andrew Garfield can be seen below. Jamie Foxx clearly steals the show with his hyper and electrifying introduction. Along with those videos comes a new countdown image from the official Spider-Man Twitter account. The image shows off the brand new Spidey suit we’ve seen before, but this one gives you a chance to look right into those big, beautiful white eyepieces.

The official Twitter account also sent out a pic of the in-theater banner we saw a few days ago. I guess loading up a high-res pic of the actual image was too much trouble, so they just went with a camera phone shot instead. Hopefully they don’t use their phone to record the trailer from a computer this Thursday. Bleeding Cool did have a few closer shots of the three big villains. Notice that face to the right of Electro‘s shoulder. Who is that? Is that Goblin or could it even been the long-rumored appearance of Vulture? And it looks like Rhino will be walking on four legs in the film. That’s….that’s definitely different. We’ll have to wait and see if they give us a good shot of the ol’ Rhinobot (trademark pending) in the trailer. What do you think about Rhino? Are you ready for the first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2?



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