The new "Amazing Spider-Man" trailer, which is supposed to be in front of most "Avengers" prints, is now online; confirming that The Lizard (the CGI on the whole still looks shockingly bad) will be wearing his labcoat for at least a little while and that the standup-comedy Spidey and missing-parents stuff aren't looking any better with more polish, and that omniously-stupid "do you know what you really are?" business crops up again:
For all the "Avengers vs. Batman" talk that will surely dominate the summer movie coverage, this honestly strikes me as the genre movie that could be negatively impacted the most by "Avengers" sucking all the air out of the room: Nolan's Batman is very much it's own thing, but ASM looks to be playing the same game as "Avengers" (scifi-heavy superheroics in New York) but not nearly as well.
Who's the guy asking Connors if he said anything about The Parkers at one point? Has the trailer revealed it's previously-unannounced Norman Osborn?
UPDATE: Devin Faraci claims to have some inside sources on the project, and says that they've confirmed what the trailers (this one moreso than the others) have hinted at about the reboot making a major, fundamental change to Spider-Man's origin. If true, it's sort-of a spoiler (though the trailers are pretty-much saying it right out at this point) so read it only if you wish to HERE.