If the final trailer preview from earlier today wasn't enough, we have a new banner and more photos from The Amazing Spider-Man 2, plus another The Daily Bugle viral story that reveals Bugle's own writer Frederick Foswell was actually the criminal known as The Big Man. Check out the banner and photos below, which feature Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Sally Field and even Stan Lee, then read on for the full report from City Bureau reporter Ned Leeds.
March 18, 2014
By Ned Leeds, City Bureau
A daring nighttime raid by Spider-Man on a nondescript townhouse in Greenwich Village led to the arrest of the reputed organized crime boss, The Big Man. Spider-Man, having conducted his own investigation and in another instance of his now all-too-common vigilantism, left the webbed-up gangster hanging from a lamp post, for the arrival of a surprised police squad.
But the biggest shock of all came when the mask of the Big Man was yanked off and the gangster was revealed to be Daily Bugle crime beat reporter Frederick Foswell! In a prepared statement, NYPD Major Crimes Unit Sergeant Stan Carter said, "Foswell confessed to his role as the organizing force behind the city's recent surge in crime. He has not provided a motive for his actions."
Daily Bugle Publisher and brilliant, stunning, generous philanthropist, J. Jonah Jameson issued a statement, "For the record, the Daily Bugle has been a proud institution in this great city for generations. We report the news, we don't make ourselves a part of the story. Foswell's a good writer. I look forward to reading his insider account of Ryker's Island Penitentiary over the next twenty-five years to life."
The Big Man was mentioned in The Daily Bugle several times over the past few months before his capture. Of course, there has been no confirmation that this character will even show up in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, or if he may be used in the already-confirmed sequels The Amazing Spider-Man 3 or The Amazing Spider-Man 4.