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While living in the present is great and all that, thanks to being raised on a diet of Tomorrow's World and posssessing little to no patience, we're always looking to the future.

This week, you can hardly blame us. After the official teaser launched for The Dark Knight Rises, we've now been treated to a look at 2012's other summer blockbuster.

Remember all the way back to 2002? Those heady days when we watched Tobey Maguire's Peter Parker go through high school while suffering from a nasty spider bite. Well, try and forget all that.

As you can see below, the new remix follows a similar but skewed route as Andrew Garfield takes on the lead role, with Emma Stone and a villainous Rhys Ifans as support. So, are you team Spidey or team Batman?

The Amazing Spider-Man is released on July 4th 2012.

(Images: All Star)

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