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Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans and director Marc Webb join the special screening events in New York, Rio de Janeiro, London and Los Angeles respectively.
Explaining the term 'The Untold Story' used in the marketing campaign of the superhero movie, Webb says that he wants people to know that 'this isn't a remake of Sam Raimi's movie.'
The marketing campaign footage sees Spidey's red spider symbol being projected on various famous landmarks around the world and reveals a mysterious date and a website related to the movie.
Garfield says that Peter Parker finds his true love in Gwen Stacy, while Stone promises that there will be an iconic first kiss which is different from the famous 'upside down' version.
From comic adaptation 'The Avengers' and 'The Dark Knight Rises' to secret agent films 'Skyfall' and 'Looper', this first part lists action-packed movies that have to be checked out next year.
A mini remote control features a close-up image of Spider-Man's nemesis, while another stuff from Mega Blocks affirms rumor about the movie's plot detail.
While premiering the official site of the upcoming superhero movie, Marvel Studios unveils some new stills and details of key characters namely Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Dr. Connor and Captain Stacy.
The fresh video, which is taken during the re-shoot of the superhero film in New York, gives a look at a web-slinging action scene of a stuntman who dons an early Spider-Man costume.
Confident that the first movie will garner success, Sony Pictures plan to follow it up with another film on May 2, 2014.
Two sides speak against each other on the report that the actor was involved in an incident just before he's due to participate at 'Amazing Spider-Man' panel.
Watch the video which was supposed to be shown at the scrapped event for the FOX hit TV series.
The 'Trust Issues' crooner says he will delve deeper into his emotions, and reveals Lil Wayne and Rick Ross as his featured guests.