Marc Webb Hints At When We Can Expect A Trailer For THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2



It looks as though The Amazing Spider-Man 2 director has learned to speak in Hobbitish. Hobbitese? Whatever. Fans have been chomping at the bit for some time now for a trailer for the next installment of the rebooted Spider-Man franchise, which is set to release next summer. So far, we haven’t seen much, other than a small teaser here and some set pics there. Today, however, Webb took to his Twitter account to post a rather cryptic message, but after a bit of sleuthing, it seems he was dropping the news that we can expect to see the first full trailer for the film attached to The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug. Here’s the tweet so you can check it out yourselves.

BXsT4eQCYAA_gjMAlso arriving on the Twitter-sphere was a new official image that hints at something big. Nothing really spoilerish, but reiterates the fact that this meeting between these two characters won’t be their last. Along with the pic came the message “A chance encounter neither man will soon be able to forget. #AmazingSpiderMan“. Insert the ooohs and aahhhhs here. We’ve seen images similar to this, mostly from when they were filming the scene. It can be assumed that Spidey steps in to save Max Dillon, pre-Electroand he gets a stern talking to for the friendly, neighborhood hero. As we all know, Dillon is transformed into the villainous Electro, which should lead to some pretty cool showdowns between the two characters.

The Amazing Spider-Man will see Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Sally Field all reprise their roles, with Dane Dehaan, Jamie Foxx, Paul Giamatti and Chris Cooper, among others, all joining the cast. We’ve seen a lot of hints being dropped for future films, including the imminent culmination of the Sinister Six, which has been all but confirmed. The film will hit theaters next may.



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