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Amazing Spider-Man 2 Teaser Is Here To Get You Ready For The Final Trailer

Thanks to the flood of previews that have been coming out since December - from the debut theatrical trailer to the Super Bowl spot - we have already gotten to see quite a lot from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but the footage parade isn't quite over yet. We still have a couple months of TV spots and clips to watch before the movie comes out this May and the final theatrical trailer is scheduled to arrive online tomorrow. We really have no idea what to expect from the clip, but at the very least we have this new teaser, courtesy of Coming Soon.

The film's official Facebook page is doing its part to get you excited for the special trailer as well. The site has posted this new poster for the event, and it's actually one of the best close-up looks we've seen yet:

Amazing Spider-Man 2 Poster

The trailer teaser doesn't really show us anything new and is really just more footage of Spidey swinging around the streets of New York, but one thing that does stand out to be is the music. As we first learned last Halloween, Academy Award winning composer Hans Zimmer is working on the score for the film with Pharell Williams, The Smiths’ Johnny Marr, Eurythmics musician Dave Stewart, and Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger, and just from this clip alone it sounds like they've crafted something interesting with a mix of both brass and synthesizer. When the trailer hits tomorrow I will most definitely be doing a rewatch just to listen to the music.

Based on a script by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 finds Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) at a big crossroads in his life. Not only is he getting ready to graduate from high school, but he must also figure out his relationship with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) while balancing his normal life and his secret identity as the web-spinning wall crawler. As things get to start getting worse and worse in New York, however, Peter begins to realize that all of the city's biggest problems are emerging from the labs of OsCorp, where some seriously bad business is going down. Jamie Foxx , Dane DeHaan, Paul Giamatti, Chris Cooper, Felicity Jones, Campbell Scott, Colm Feore, Embeth Davidtz, Sally Field, Denis Leary and B.J. Novak all co-star in the film, which will be in theaters on May 2nd. Stay tuned for the trailer tomorrow, and enjoy the last theatrical trailer below:

Eric Eisenberg
Eric Eisenberg

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