Devin Faraci at Bad Ass Digest:
A few weeks ago a YouTube user took all of the clips and trailers released for The Amazing Spider-Man and made a pretty accurate, beat-by-beat 25-minute long version of the movie. Buried in all of that footage, and in the photos released by Sony marketing, was evidence of a different version of the movie.
Lots of conjecture in this spoilerific post but fascinating stuff. Faraci’s conclusions largely ring true given the copious amount of footage left out from the film as seen in trailers and Sony’s bizarre, last minute marketing pull out surrounding the “untold story” elements of the film. Although these cuts don’t cripple The Amazing Spider-Man, their absence is definitely felt in the theatrical cut.
5 Jul 2012 / 1 note