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Watch: It's Peter Parker Vs. Flash Thompson In New Clip From 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

by Kevin Jagernauth
June 12, 2012 3:46 PM
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Andrew Garfield Chris Zylka The Amazing Spider-Man

There are few stills from a movie in the past year that captured the imagination quite like the one above for "The Amazing Spider-Man." It was one of the earliest looks at the film that Sony released and it was....curious to say the least. But with the studio currently playing the We're Going To Show You The Whole Damn Thing card in the marketing for the superhero reboot, we now get some explanation for the photo above.

The latest in what is turning out to be a never ending series of clips from the movie has arrived, and shows Peter Parker squaring off against his high school enemy/bully Flash Thompson. Scored to a cloying bouncy number from James Horner, this pretty unfunny comic relief scene has Parker using his Power Of Webz to play keepaway from Flash before dunking the ball, shattering the backboard and ruining the game for everyone else in the school. Way to go, guy. All Flash can do is look on with humiliation, but we're sure he'll try again later to beat Peter up or stuff him in a locker or something. Whatever. We guess the little kids going to see this will get a kick out of that scene.

Anyway, this arrives on July 3rd in 3D and we're still not quite sure what to make of it. [JoBlo]

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  • ff | June 13, 2012 8:00 AMReply

    Yeah so much for secret identity.

  • KT | June 12, 2012 5:38 PMReply

    *waits for Marvel to get the rights back*

  • Great Scott! | June 12, 2012 5:34 PMReply

    Daydream sequence?

  • ju | June 12, 2012 4:42 PMReply

    it was cool until the end. Look stupid as hell! lol Some Teen Wolf ish going on there.

  • RF | June 12, 2012 6:04 PM

    I don't really see what's stupid about the end of the clip? It's obvious Peter still hasn't quite mastered his super strength yet.So as you would expect when he dunked the ball he unknowingly used more force then needed and thus he broke the backboard of the hoop.I see nothing stupid going on here.

  • Huh? | June 12, 2012 4:34 PMReply

    ... what the fuck is up with that score?

    And people say the Sam Raimi films were goofy.

  • jack | June 12, 2012 3:52 PMReply


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