In preparation for the upcoming Times Square New Years Eve celebration, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 director Marc Webb and Spider-Man have taken part in a special rehearsal with ABC correspondent Sara Haines and Good Morning America. Spider-Man will be a big part of the Ball Drop ceremony this year, which will include an exclusive clip featuring a fight sequence between Peter Parker and Electro that takes place in Times Square. It will debut live on ABC followed by its online premiere. Today, we get to watch as Marc Webb discusses the upcoming superhero sequel and partakes in the pre-party confetti toss. You can also check out photos from Spider-Man's New York City appearance, then read on for more information about a new viral site and photos.
Sony Pictures has also released a photo featuring Spider-Man graffiti art, with the studio asking fans what caption they would use for this image. Plus, Empire has released two photos featuring Jamie Foxx as Electro. Fans can also check out the viral website EnemiesUnite.com, which features a countdown to tomorrow night's New Year's Eve footage.
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