Multiple Costumes to be Featured in The Amazing Spider-Man 2; New Images
Earlier this year, we learned that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will feature a new suit for the web-slinger; one that is a pretty good mix of the costume from the newer franchise and the older Sam Raimi films and is likely the most accurate we’ve seen on film to date. However, it looks as though the costume from the first installment will also b showing up. William Spencer, who serves as Andrew Garfield’s stunt double in the suit, tweeted a pic of himself in the older get-up.
Now, before you get all huffy saying it’s a pic from the first film, Spencer confirmed that the image is indeed from the current production via his Twitter account. No word on how it all fits together but my guess is that Peter will start the movie using the older suit and move into the new one as the film progresses.
Director Marc Webb has been busy on his Twitter account as well, giving fans a look at some new images from the production as well. The other day, Webb sent out a pic that revealed the famed Ravencroft Institute would be present in the film and we now have more images featuring the logo and what appears to be a guard at the institute.
Along those same lines, we got our first look at Colm Feore on set. We don’t yet know what role Feore will be playing, but judging by the image below, it’ a safe bet that he will be playing an administrator at the Ravencroft Intitute, or possible an executive at Ocscorp.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is currently film and sees Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone return as Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey, respectively. Joining the cast are Shailene Woodley, Jamie Foxx, Dane Dehaan, Felicity Jones, Chris Cooper and Paul Giamatti. The film is being directed by Marc Webb and is set for a May 2, 2014 release.
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