The Amazing Spider-Man 2‘s four minutes of fame during Super Bowl Sunday swung into sight and showcased some of the potential pitfalls the film could mask, despite aspiring underneath to be the sequel we’ve all been hoping for.
The trailer sparked spoiler senses all over with primary villain Electro having his origin story entirely revealed, while further unveiling bizarre, cartoonish CGI.
Without Andrew Garfield’s humorous charm as Peter Parker it’s difficult to tell if you are watching a movie or video game trailer. Either way, the gameplay…I mean footage, disappoints with a congested plot, assisted by more villains than a 2007 Sam Raimi film that shall remain nameless.
With this third official trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, it is unclear whether the director’s power will be enough to string together a coherent web for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, set for release on May 2nd.