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In the latest Amazing Spider-Man 2 featurette Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield discuss their difficult relationship in the film.

New footage is included in the new Amazing Spider-Man 2 featurette, but the focus of the teaser is how Gwen and Peter will deal with their strenuous relationship. Watch The Amazing Spider-Man 2 featurette below via Sony:

While Spider-Man may be the main character, Emma Stone has done an incredible job creating Gwen Stacey. In the new footage we see that she’s willing to continue moving forward in her life because she has “dreams and goals of her own.” We also see a shot at the end which shows Peter has put “I love you” on a bridge out of webs while Gwen heads to the airport in a cab.

While Spider-Man has a handful of villains to deal with in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, it looks as though his internal struggle will be how to keep his relationship together.

He keeps seeing Gwen’s father in different places, reminding him about the promise he had given him about staying away from Gwen so that villains don’t come after her. Peter looks like he’s having a hard time dealing with his promise to Gwen’s father and making Gwen happy at the same time.

Aunt May is still trying to find out what her nephew is up to and we see a funny scene where she tells Gwen “He’s doing whatever it is he does.” It’ll be interesting to see if Aunt May finds out who her nephew truly is in the second film.

Gwen gets accepted to Oxford University and this causes a major hurdle for both of them as Gwen is highly intelligent and driven, while Peter feels the need to continue being Spider-Man and protecting the city from half a dozen villains.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 release date is set for May 2, 2014. Stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone will be returning as Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, Jamie Foxx (Electro) will also be in the film, along with Sally Fields, Dane DeHaan, Paul Giamatti, and Colm Feore.

  • Ryan

    The promotion for this film is FANTASTIC. X-men needs to catch up.

  • Zion

    Anyone else think the final scene in this feature is the scene in which Gwen dies?

    • Readman

      i looked at it and stopped it and for some reason spider man swings in and grabs her for some reason so i don’t think that would lead to her death since no threats were there

      • Zion

        If it follows the route as the book, I could see electro/other villain out of the frame attempting to knock Gwen off the bridge, and Peter coming in to try to save her but he fails. Emma is wearing the famous Gwen Stacy death outfit in this scene as well

        • Readman

          Maybe but if Gwen is leaving for London or Paris or where ever i don’t think Electro or green goblin would be screwing around watching peter spell out i love you without attacking him first. They also wouldn’t know what bridge Gwen would be on leaving for the airport to even kidnap her.

  • Winkyxx

    Please don’t die, Gwen.

  • Julie Bresnahan

    I always forget that Andrew is British…His American accent is so perfect that his natural voice sounds odd to me!

  • malcorben

    He swoops in, after writing that message over the bridge, and I just… fangirl.

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