In the pictures, we see Martin Sheen and Sally Field as Uncle Ben and Aunt May, Andrew Garfield as a super-powered Peter Parker jumping over a basketball player and choking a bully later on, Denis Leary as Captain Stacy fighting crime, and Rhys Ifans battling some water.
I used to be on the “Spider-Man” movie bandwagon until I was misled by “Spider-Man 3.” But seeing the images from the film has made me feel a lot better about potentially spending money on it. I feel like I’m going to get a good story out of it. Also great is that everyone looks their ages. I liked Toby Maguire’s Peter, but I could never really buy both him and Kirsten Dunst as high schoolers.
Get the latest Entertainment Weekly to see more stills from the film, and “The Amazing Spider-Man,” also starring Emma Stone, Irrfan Khan and Campbell Scott and directed by Marc Webb, will be in theaters July 3, 2012.
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