Amazing Spider-Man 2 death revealed by cereal advert



The surprising death of a major 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' character has been ruined by a Kellogg's commercial for the sequel.


As you'd expect there are SPOILERS ahead, so you probably shouldn't read any further if you don't want the film to potentially be ruined for you. You have been warned.











Are they gone? Good. So, the behind-the-scenes-video, which was created for Kellogg's 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Web-Slinging Game,' states that Dane DeHaan's Harry Osborn only enters the fray after the death of his father, Norman, who is played by Chris Cooper.



This announcement was actually made by Marvel genius, Stan Lee, who narrated the piece and described Oscorp Industries as "a multibillion-dollar corporation founded by Norman Osborn, recently inherited by his only son, Harry."

A newscaster then declares, "Norman Osborn has died," which pretty much confirms that the corporation is now in his child's hands. Thanks Kellogg's, you've cerealously messed up. See what I did there?

Last year, Cooper alluded to Norman's demise, telling Moviefone, "This is a very strange introduction for Norman Osborn. I just can't reveal why it's that way, but this is not the beginning of Norman. It is the introduction, but it's not the beginning."

This suggests that Cooper's Osborn is probably going to appear in the future cinematic editions to the Spider-Man universe as a ghost, something that Willem Dafoe did in both 'Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3.


'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' hasn't done the best job of keeping its spoilers secret. Previously it has been suggested that Gwen Stacy could perish, as Emma Stone has been spotted wearing the same garments the character donned before she died in the comics, and we've also just learnt that Paul Giamatti's Rhino will only be in the follow-up for just 4 minutes too.


Hopefully no more information regarding 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' will be released before its 2 May release, because it already feels as though we know too much about it.





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