‘We All Have Secrets’: Teaser For The Amazing Spider-Man Leaks

As predictable as the sunrise, a bootleg of the teaser trailer for Columbia Pictures’ The Amazing Spider-Man has leaked online ahead of its official release with Captain America: The First Avenger. The opening seconds are dark and shaky — the footage is cellphone-captured, after all — but quickly becomes steady and clear, revealing an engaging glimpse of Spider-Man’s origin, followed by a vertigo-inducing sequence that puts viewers in our hero’s place, leaping and swinging from building to building over the streets of New York City.

Watch the teaser here, while it lasts. Directed by Marc Webb, the franchise reboot stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Irrfan Khan, Denis Leary, Chris Zylka, Campbell Scott, C. Thomas Howell, Julianne Nicholson and Annie Parisse. It opens on July 3, 2012.

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  • Fury1978

    OMFG! that looks awesome! even in supacrappymobilephonevision

  • Guest

    I think I’ll wait till it comes to DVD. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KJDBLJRCSACZFWQRV4QFPFUDIE Pfr. Anonymous

    The first person is gonna be AWESOME in 3D!

  • Caanan Grall

    For some reason I thought the reboot was going to be lighter, funnier, but this looks DARK. Like, Batman dark.

    Still, that point of view camera work will be pretty awesome on the big screen, and the cast looks great. I’ll be there. :)

  • http://film-book.com/ Film-Book.com

    It looks alright, not as good as Captain America though.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alfredo-Wilson/82600121 Alfredo Wilson

    Eh, it’s hard to make out. I’ll just wait for the one before Captain america

  • Shawn

    I love it. More realistic it looks like. I like how its so slow and dull-ish in the beginning you almost forget it’s spider-man. It shows how Peter’s life is. Then halfway through everything changes. I think they have more to say with this origin story than they did in the Raimi films. It doesn’t even look like Uncle Ben will die till the end. I’m pretty sure we’ll still get the spidey humor despite the dark look. I’m hoping for it. If this looks great in crappy cell phone version, then I can’t wait for the good quality trailer. And the cast looks wonderful.

  • Shawn

    And it also looks like Peter’s parents are a part of the story. About him finding out their secrets and stuff. And that’s besides the Lizard and protogoblin. I think they will nicely make it come together into one proper movie where it’s one big story rather than 3 separate ones (origin, pete’s parents, villains) mixed together. Maybe the protogoblin is just being set up for a future movie where Gwen might die at his hands. 

  • Ssteve1011

    Love the first person and very interested in how peters parents will be used in the story. Can someone tell me what the talk about protogoblin is about?

  • Cjorg2

    I had the same buzz watching this as I did with the first Spider-Man film.  It looks good, potentially great.  Love that they’re exploring what happened to Peter’s parents – makes his life seem more attuned to mystery/ adventure than just a random series of events taking place.

    I’ll be seeing it first day it opens.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aaron-Walden/593406593 Aaron Walden

    Cjorg2 has the right idea, it does have a better feel to it when you ground the character. That was the worst about part 3 how random and just “uh-oh, some stuff happened, I better put on my spidey suit!” then I step back and think well ALL the movies had that feel! It was all just a random series of events, this one is giving a background and a reason for all the events taking place. Which in that sense if it is like the Dark Knight then I do welcome it, sure it may be darker and grittier, grimier and meaner but if it means we get a better story out of it then so be it, like X-Men FC it was a lot darker with a much more fleshed story and better character development yet they managed to throw in just the right bit of humour to balance things. It does seem as though comic book movies in general (forgoing the so far out of place Green Lantern!) are beginning to get their act together and starting to figure out how to make Super Hero movies!

    I have been skeptical but optimistic, this has boosted my expectations, at least a little.