All New "Enemies Unite" Trailer For 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Debuts Along With It's Super Bowl TV Spot

The second film in the original Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy was considered to be the strongest film of that respective series, as well as being widely accepted as one of the best comic book movie films of all time. Now direct Marc Webb is hoping to bring that same good fortune to his own second installment to the rebooted Spidey franchise, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 now seeks to do the same thing in terms of being one of the greatest struggles and battles Peter Parker has ever faced. Now we have an all new sizzle reel giving us a closer look at the origins behind the film's primary villain; Electro (Jamie Foxx).

Below is the new "Enemies Unite" three and a half minute sizzle reel for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 that debuted along with the Super Bowl TV Spot (Which you can see here):
The first thing this trailer does amazingly right is that it creates sympathy for the villain, being that it also might be a strand of what connects us to the Sinister Six film announced to be in the works. We see that in the beginning of the trailer Spider-Man saves the life of Max Dillion also known as Electro played by Jamie Foxx . Spider-Man states "You're my eyes and ears out hear", giving Max the false impression that he is a sidekick or partner to Spider-Man and suddenly this spawns a obsession, and a craving in which to become something more than a nobody, but a hero.
As a result of a freak accident, Max is electrified and then falls into a tank filled with electric eels, which presumably transforms him into Electro. This seems to be following the generally accepted origins of the character, mainly drawing inspiration from the version shown in the animated series Spectacular Spider-Man. After this he has a confrontation with Spider-Man, showing us that Spidey has to be a little more careful in the promises he makes. While the idea of a super villain who was once a fan of the main hero deciding to turn against him has been done before (See Jim Carrey's Riddler in Batman Forever), it seems Webb will definitely be bringing about reasonable character development and motives for why Electro has turned against the famed wall crawler himself.
Through a series of scenes we see the Rhino (Played by Paul Giamatti) firing rockets and guns, we see Electro using his powers, and Goblin beginning preparations to fight Spider-Man. We also see that the villains are beginning to mobilize and formulate a team in which to catch Spider-Man. Speaking of catch we, also see Spider-Man pull off an "amazing" catch after Gwen takes a seemingly fatal dive towards the end of the trailer. Gwen seems to look up helplessly at Peter Parker, and a scene of Parker crying in agony. As many rumors and speculation has considered, could this film see the end of Gwen Stacy after all?
There's of course a lot riding on this movie, and Webb still has a lot to prove to many fans that weren't sold on the original reboot of the classic series. As I stated above, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 managed to over shadow the first film giving us a film that understood the true effect being Spider-Man has on Peter Parker, and what happens to the hero when he's at the top of his game and is suddenly knocked off. While it won't be a direct adaption of that, Webb's sequel seems to be incorporating many of those fame themes, while still doing it's own thing. Well needless to say this film has many caught the interest of many with all eyes watching, and with the best Spider-Man costume to date, and comedy that fits the web slinger's persona so well, fans and critics alike are on the edge of their seats to see what this film has in store.
So what do you think of the new Spider-Man trailer? Do you wash your American flag or clean chimneys that you don't have? Let us know how you feel about this film so far!