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Dane DeHaan Tweets ‘Amazing’ Image of Peter Parker and Harry Osborn

Harry Osborn and Peter Parker

What have we here? Dane DeHaan – Harry Osborn in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – tweeted a picture of himself and Andrew Garfield from the film, accompanied with the caption “Breakin’ it down #Osborn style… Yo”

Sure, kid.

DeHaan, who plays the character originated by James Franco in the previous Spider-Man series, will of course go on to become Spider-Man’s adversary, but you wouldn’t be able to tell from this photo of Peter and Harry. The pals look pretty chummy as they hang out in the Oscorp offices, although judging from that wistful expression on Garfield’s face as he looks off into the distance, there’s probably trouble afoot that only a teenager with spider-like abilities could possibly tackle.

Oscorp was not very central to the plot of the first Amazing Spider-Man, but with Chris Cooper signed on to play Norman Osborn (Harry’s father), it’s likely that more time will be devoted to the Osborn men. No word yet on whether this is when they turn bad, but one can only hope. Let’s see those photos!

For an interesting look at what’s going to make this film tick, take a look at our recent interview with producer Matt Tolmach from Comic-Con.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is in theaters May 2, 2014.

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