07 February 2012 1129 Views

“The Amazing Spider-Man” Theatrical Trailer Leaves A Viral Calling Card

by Michael Lee

If you stayed up late to watch the new trailer for Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man, then you saw the webslinger leave his calling card, and not just on the walls, but within the trailer itself. Yes that’s right, if you look hard enough you will find a site that will take you to a new viral site for The Amazing Spider-Man. Hit the jump to see The Mark of the Spider-Man.

If you watched the trailer only once, than you might of missed the link, but for those who go through these highly anticipated films frame by frame, then you might have seen the site that will take you to this new site. The phrase “The Mark of the Spider-Man” is hidden within the platinum webbing towards the end of the trailer. The site markofthespider-man.com takes us to a site with six screens filled with static, but it should lead us to something much bigger. Below is the trailer, be sure to watch of for possible clues that could appear in future viral updates.

As aforementioned, Spider-Man leaves a spray-painted calling card, which could be a significant piece in the viral puzzle. I could see Sony dropping a lot of calling cards leading up to the day of the release of the movie. So with movieviral staff writers located around the country, you can be sure we will keep our eyes peeled as the viral progresses.



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