Seriously! Take a look:
No, but for real the actual one is finally the piece-of-marketing-that-doesn't-suck I'd been waiting for on this movie...
MUCH better, no? There's still plenty I'm not sold on here - Spidey's terrible new costume, the webshooters as guns, the tone, the missing-parents mystery, hints of heroic predestination, the too-tidy "everything leads to OsCorp" plotting, the on-the-nose casting (Sally Field as a concerned mother-figure? Way to think outside the box!), the whole lost-parents backstory, The Lizard still looking incredibly crappy, etc - but at least this is a well-cut trailer for something that might look pretty decent... if only I could forget that it's a pointless, licensing-rights-driven, bean-counter-mandated reboot of "Spider-Man."
I can't quite place the male voice of who that is telling Peter he needs to "look within" for answers about his parents/self/powers(?) etc. It doesn't sound like Ifans, Sheen or Leary; and we already know that J Jonah Jameson isn't a character in this, so... who is it? Quickie guess: It's a yet-to-be-officially-announced Norman Osborn, and this dialogue is coming from his nigh-innevitable "Joker Tease" reveal at the end of the movie.