For a movie that’s all about “secrets,” Sony sure seems anxious to show audiences as much as possible of “The Amazing Spider-Man.”
An extended, four-minute look at the upcoming reboot, set to hit the big screen July 3rd, debuted Monday night with the season premiere of “America’s Got Talent.”
The footage chiefly centers around a scene where Spider-Man (played by Andrew Garfield) saves people on the Brooklyn Bridge, including a kid trapped in a burning car, whose father just happens to be Pony Boy (a.k.a., C. Thomas Howel) from “The Ousiders”.
The preview also features more glimpses of the film’s villain, the nefarious Lizard (Rhys Ifans).
The second half of the preview is loaded with pieces from previously released trailers, and basically spells out the story, which focuses on Peter Parker‘s parents and a mysterious suitcase that belonged to his father.
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