18 February 2012 836 Views

New Film Clip Revealed Through Mark of the Spider-Man Viral Campaign

by Dan Koelsch

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Mark of the Spider-Man, Sony’s viral campaign for The Amazing Spider-Man, has been in full swing this past week by having fans in six locations “tag” walls with Spider-Man graffiti. Now that all locations are finished, what’s next? How about a clip from the film itself?


The official MOFSM website was updated yesterday to show that all six cities (Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, and Seattle) had completed their tagging assignments. If you click on the Spider-Man symbol below the images and message in red text, a YouTube video pops up that shows a clip from the film. Watch the clip below.

The YouTube account is appropriately titled MarkoftheSpiderMan, and I recommend subscribing in case there are more updates or clips provided in the future. We’re still waiting to see what the next step is for the campaign, so stay tuned!



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