LAS VEGAS (AP) — Peter Parker flirts with a police officer's daughter, rides a skateboard through Manhattan and fends off an oversized lizard he helped create in "The Amazing Spider-Man."
Footage from the latest take on Marvel Comics' iconic web slinger was shared with theater owners at the CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas on Wednesday night.
The preview saw Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man, soaring through the Manhattan skyline, taunting bad guys, hunting for his father and working up the nerve to ask out Emma Stone, who portrays romantic interest Gwen Stacy.
Rhys Ifans is the villainous Lizard, who used to work with Parker's father in a lab and turns bad after injecting himself with some kind of serum that Parker helped create.
The 3-D movie directed by Marc Webb opens July 3.