‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Trailer Screencaps: What Secrets Are Revealed?
So the ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2‘ trailer is finally here after days of teasers from Sony Pictures. Director Marc Webb tried to keep the film’s secrets buried deep, but despite these efforts, the newly released trailer has uncovered a few of them.
It’s long been rumored and pretty much confirmed by a few of the stars that Webb’s rebooted trilogy would eventually lead up to a major showdown between the web slinger and the Sinister Six, and ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ does well to set up the events to come. Aside from Rhino (Paul Giamatti) and Electro (Jamie Foxx), Green Goblin (most likely Dane DeHaan’s Harry Osborn) will also make an appearance, but which new villains await down the road? What Easter eggs that you might have missed in the ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ trailer hint at the road ahead? Take a look at the hi-res screencaps from the new trailer and find out.
From the climactic battle with Electro, Spider-Man saves one of New York’s finest from a flying police car. See, that’s how you save civilians Superman!
Here’s our first look at the Rhino suit, dubbed R.H.I.N.O. in the film. Before the helmet clamps down, we get a glimpse of Paul Giamatti as Aleksei Sytsevich inside the suit. What’s interesting is that the Rhino in the comics was always standing up straight, but in the film, he’s a quadruped.
Harry Osborn as Green Goblin shortly after his transformation. You can tell by his eyebrow that he’s evil now.
A look from behind at Harry in the Goblin suit.
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From the many paparazzi pics, when Spider-Man and a pre-Rhino Aleksei battle in New York. Spider-Man embarrasses him, but he’ll return later at the end of the film for some revenge.
Now, here’s where things get really interesting. If you zoom in to this image, a control panel at OsCorp, you can see all manner of things they’re working on and lots of easter eggs for future movies. There’s “Experiment OCT 32A” we’ll guess is a reference to Dr. Otto Octavius, “Exoskeleton” (the R.H.I.N.O. armor), a “Dr. Morbius File” and a “Venom Storage.”
More from the early Rhino battle.
It looks as if Richard Parker had a secret underground lair…
Peter finds his father’s old facility (which looks to be in an abandoned subway train) and accesses some old files. What was his dad up to?
Turns out he was creating some secret tech for OsCorp, possibly these two items below, which Spider-Man fans will recognize as Vulture’s wings and Doctor Octopus’ tentacles.
Inside an OsCorp lab.
Harry looks like he’s been beaten up pretty bad, and we’ll guess that whatever happened is part of his motivation to transform into the Goblin.
These look like some of Rhino’s thugs from the beginning of the film, but we’re not entirely sure. We get a very brief glimpse of them later in the trailer and we suspect they’re trying to steal something on behalf of OsCorp.
Harry, as Green Goblin, returns to OsCorp on his glider.
Is that our first look at Felicity Jones’ still unnamed character?
Our only look at the very ill Norman Osborn, played by Chris Cooper. He’s talking to Harry and intoning that maybe Spider-Man should die.
The giant foot of Rhino, stops down on the concrete.
A pretty awesome shot of Spider-Man leaping towards the charging Rhino, with sewer manhole in hand.
There’s a plane crash sequence in the film and it looks like one of the pilots does not have the passenger’s best interests in mind. That looks like Richard Parker on the right, and if we’re following comic book lore, this sequence is a flashback showing how Peter Parker’s parents died.
Notice the photographer in Peter Parker is a big fan of Antonioni’s ’Blow Up’.
It’s hard to tell what building the Spider-Man/Goblin fight takes place in, but we’ll see below that Gwen is also there, which may mean bad things are about to happen.
There’s that plan crashing.
Harry mid-transformation into Green Goblin. This might sting a little bit.
Gwen, inside the building that Spidey and Goblin are fighting in.
And here’s Spider-Man shooting a web down for Gwen.
Hey, it’s Shailene Woodley! Looks like they haven’t thrown all her footage in the can. We would expect this won’t actually show up in the movie, they just needed a good car crash shot for the trailer. (See her on set here for reference/proof it’s actually her.)