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New Amazing Spider-Man 2 Stills Arrive Online
Electro and company light up the interwebs

30 July 2013  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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Joining the likes of Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Sally Field and, um, Martin Sheen for the Amazing Spider-Man sequel are Jamie Foxx (as big bad Electro), Paul Giamatti (as smaller bad The Rhino) and Dane DeHaan (as yet-to-be-properly-gauged-for-size bad Harry Osborn / Green Goblin) and here below you can get a better look at them thanks to these new Amazing Spider-Man 2 pictures.

You'll recognise many of them from the pages of this month's Empire - which is out on shelves right about now - but here on the internet you can blow them up extra-large and get a better look at Electro's blue forehead or the posters in the corner of Peter Parker's bedroom.

These stills no doubt herald the impending arrival online of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 footage seen at Comic-Con a couple of weeks ago - head this way to find out more about that - so get ready for your Spidey senses to get tingling in the not too distant future.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is set for an April 18 release in the UK. The current Amazing Spider-Man-emblazoned issue of Empire is out now.


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