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Does that look like a Goblin to anyone?

07 January 2014  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Sony Pictures

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Another day, another pointer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, as the drip-drop of posters, clips and information continues. The latest offering comprises three posters that show one of the film's set-pieces. Does anyone else feel like we might just possibly see a major Times Square showdown in this film?

Jamie Foxx's Electro is in the same pose in all three pictures here, suggesting that he's been cut-and-pasted for the promotion and we shouldn't draw too much from what we see of him. What's much more exciting is the other grimacing face we see projected on the Square's jumbo screens. That's clearly Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn, but judging by the drawn brows, the toothy snarl and the hint of a collared green costume, it's also the Green Goblin, and a slightly better look than we've previously seen.

The film of course sees Andrew Garfield step back into the Spidey-suit as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, Emma Stone return as Gwen Stacey and Sally Field once again play Aunt May. Paul Giamatti is the third leg of the villain triumvirate (unless today's reports really do signal another appearance of the Lizard, which would make it a quartet).

 

Marc Webb is back in the director's seat, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hits screens on April 18.


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