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- Audio Commentary: Director Marc Webb and Producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach open with a discussion of defining the Peter Parker character and the central theme that both shapes the greater narrative and literally opens the film. They cover the themes and spell them out with some meaning. They discuss the nuance of the performances, how the actors helped define the drama and themes, and the detailed scripted shaping of all the characters. They also cover rebooting (revamping?) the series so quickly, the massive canonical material available, cut scenes, similarities to other classic works, crafting various action scenes, storytelling techniques and advancing the plot and drama, and plenty more. This is a fast, informative, and worthwhile commentary. With optional English, Chinese Traditional, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Thai subtitles.
- Second Screen Experience / What is The Amazing Spider-Man Second Screen Experience? (1080p, 1:04): The former is an app designed for the iPad or Sony tablet devices that allow users to interact with a wide array of content on a second device while watching the movie on TV. The Blu-ray player must connect wirelessly with the device. Production notes, effects shots breakdowns, storyboards, digital models, and much more are available. The latter is merely an advertisement and crude tutorial for the "Second Screen Experience."
- Previews: Additional Sony titles.
- Rite of Passage: The Amazing Spider-Man Reborn (1080p, 1:49:49): This seven-part documentary chronicles the process of bringing a new version of Spider-Man to the screen. In The Drawing Board: Development and Direction (13:09), cast and crew discuss reinventing the filmed franchise. They speak on moving on from the Sam Raimi trilogy, incorporating elements of the ultra-modern world but remaining true to the source, hiring Marc Webb and the attributes he brought to the film, the Peter Parker character arc, the villain's similarities with and contrasts against Peter Parker, and more. Friends and Enemies: Casting (15:19) examines the intricate and demanding process of assembling the cast, including Andrew Garfield, Rhys Ifans, Emma Stone, Dennis Leary, Sally Field, and Martin Sheen. Included are screen test clips of the actors' rehearsals. Next is Second Skins: Spidey Suit and The Lizard (11:23), a look at the use of modern technology in the film and designing both Spider-Man's suit and the prosthetics that shape the villain's lizard form. Spidey Goes West: Production - Los Angeles (16:37) opens with a look at the first day of shooting -- the wrestling ring scene -- and moving on to examine stunt work and the film's reliance on real stunts and action in its effort to enhance authenticity. Also examined are inspirations for the film's style. The piece also showcases the process of making various scenes in different locales and the advantages of shooting at, in, and around each. Also examined is Andrew Garfield's stunt work. Next is Safe Haven: Production - Sony Studios (15:27), a segment that looks at the making of more scenes in the Sony studios, including parts of the Williamsburg Bridge action sequence, the underground locales, school interiors hosting a major action piece, the Oscorp labs, and the end battle made in front of a blue screen. Bright Tights, Big City: Production - New York (9:32) focuses on, obviously, the scenes filmed in the Big Apple and the importance of the city in the film, the franchise, and Marvel properties. Lastly, The Greatest Responsibility - Post Production and Release (28:50) looks back at how well the film works, the editing process, creating the film's many complex digital effects, the authenticity of the animation (bringing in the Iconic Poses and Digital Environments - 3D Image Progression Reel supplement from the 3D disc), James Horner's score, sound design, the lasting themes of Spider-Man, and more.
- Deleted Scenes (1080p, 16:50): A Different Fate; Connors' Condolences; Tracking Connors; Hacking Connors; Going Away; Top To Bottom, Part 1; Top to Bottom, Part 2; Bad Lizard; Help Me; All The Power You Feel; and Lost Something.
- Pre-Visualization (1080p, 39:08): Storyboards and animated visualization sequences for many of the film's pivotal scenes, all set to music. Included are Revised Opening Sequence, Spider Room, The Subway, Birth of Spider-Man, Handstand, Rooftop POV, Overpass, Bridge, Love Swing, Lizard Sewer, High School, Lizard Ambush, Standoff, Crane, Oscorp Lab, and Oscorp Finale.
- The Oscorp Archives Production Art Gallery (1080p): An interactive collection of concept art broken down into three categories: Spider-Man, The Lizard, and Environments.
- Image Progression Reels (1080p): Detailed examinations of how all-digital scenes progress towards the end products that appear in the film. Included are High School Fight Sequence (commentary by Sr. Visual Effects Supervisor Jerome Chen), Iconic Poses and Digital Environments (commentary by Additional Animation Supervisor David Schaub), The Lizard Emerges (commentary by Sr. Visual Effects Supervisor Jerome Chen and Digital Effects Supervisor David Smith) and Sewer Battle (commentary by Sr. Visual Effects Supervisor Jerome Chen and Digital Effects Supervisor David Smith). Note that this piece also recycles the Iconic Poses and Digital Environments - 3D Image Progression Reel supplement.
- Stunt Rehearsals (1080p, 11:52): Raw on-set footage of stunt preparation work. Included are Subway, Testing Powers, Alley Fight, Escape Under Bridge, Sewer Fight, Spidey vs. Lizard, Lizard Attacks SWAT, and SWAT Attacks Spidey.
- Developing The Amazing Spider-Man Video Game (1080p, 3:30): A brief look at the game with its developers.