Rite of Passage: The Amazing Spider-Man Reborn

Synopsis: A documentary on the making of The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) featuring interviews with the cast and crew, as well as behind-the-scenes footage.
Genre: Documentary
90 min

Five, four, three, two, one.

Ready or not, here I come.



You're gonna stay with aunt May

and uncle Ben for little while.

I want to go with you.

Doesn't like crust on his sandwiches.

And he likes to sleep with

a little light on at night.

Come on.


Be good.

- Sorry.

- Morning Flash.

Good morning Parker.

Hey, it's Peter, right?

- I really like your photos.

- Oh, thanks.

Hey listen, are you busy Friday night?

Cool, can you take pictures

of my boyfriend's car?

I just, really wanted to put

him a good one for his birthday.

That's really nice of you,

that's such a nice thought.

- I'm gonna get the old, old schedule.

- OK.

- Parker!

- Yes sir?

You want to keep that skateboard?

- Yeah.

- Keep it off the ground, wheels up!

- Like that?

- That's it!


Eat your vegetables Gordon, come on!

Hey Parker, come on,

get a picture of this!

Put him down man.

Don't eat it, don't eat that.

- Take a picture, Parker.

- Put him down Flash.

- Take a picture.

- Put him down, Eugene!

Come on! Get up Parker!

Get up! Come on!

- I'm still not taking the picture.

- Stay down Parker!

- Who wants one more?!

- Flash!

Flash, are we still on

for after school today?

My house, 3:
30? I hope

you've been doing your homework

last time I was very disappointed in you.

Flash, how about we go

to class? How about it?


I thought that was great,

what you did out there.

It was stupid, but it was great.

You should probably go to the

nurse, you might have a concussion.

- What's your name?

- You don't know my name?

I know your name.

I just want to know

if you know your name.


- Parker, Peter Parker.

- OK.

- I'd still go to the nurse, though.

- You're Gwen, right?

Gwen Stacy.

I'm making spaghetti

and meat balls tonight.

You're serious? Spaghetti...

Since when don't you like

spaghetti and meat balls, huh?

Oh my God, what happened to your face?

I'm alright, I fell, skating.

Ben Parker, don't you even think about

leaving that filthy box in my kitchen.

- These are my bowling trophies.

- Oh, then by all means,

please, leave that

filthy box in my kitchen.

- What happened to you?

- He fell.

Why you kids ride those

things I'll never know.

Because it's stupid and dangerous,

remember when we were

stupid and dangerous?

- No.

- Trust me, we were.

- Good to know. Hey, where's the flood?

- Follow me, I'll show you.

- You serious?

- Yes!

I think it's the condenser tray.

No, too much water for the condenser tray

or the heat exchange tubings,

this is gotta be the filling.

That's the only thing

that makes any sense.

- Can you fix it?

- No, not tonight.

- I'll go by the hardware store tomorrow.

- Good deal,

meanwhile put this on your face.

How's the other guy look?

Come on, I know a right

cross when I see one.

Yes or no, do I have to

call somebody's father?

No, no.

I wouldn't tell your aunt May.

Pity the poor kid who'd

have to suffer her wrath.

Hey, before you come up, see if

there's anything else worth saving.


- Excuse me?

- What?

Can I help you?

I don't know, I'm here

to see Dr. Connors.

You'll find yourself to the left.

You are here for the internship?

Yeah. Yeah.

OK, you'll find your badge to the left.

- Are you having trouble finding yourself?

- No, I got it.

OK, Mr. Gueverra.

- Gracias.

- De nada.

Welcome to Oscorp.

Born from the mind of our

founder, Norman Osborn,

the Oscorp Tower has its

Our scientific minds are

pushing the boundaries

of defense, biomedical and

chemical technologies.

The future lies within.

Welcome to Oscorp, my name is Gwen

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