A masked vigilante is terrorizing the city, and Aint It Cool has gotten some wonderful (if not slightly blurry) photos of the culprit. Plus, TMZ even has video of the guy doing a flip into a moving vehicle.

Prepare for the inundation of Spider-Man stuff. The first official picture of Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker opened a flood gate that has people asking about manual spider webs and hunting down the set to take pictures and video. In a way, it feels like the good old days. Folks passionate about movies are snapping off unauthorized content and sending it in to their favorite movie sites (and TMZ).

The nostalgia is palpable. So is the blue and red spandex.

Check out the photos over at Aint It Cool.

Perfect. Some stunt work on a wire, and a thrilling shot of Spidey jay walking across the street.

The pictures and video seem clearly from the same shoot, and the interesting thing is that, with 500 Days of Summer as his first feature, we’re all paying witness to the first time Marc Webb has ever shot a stunt scene with this many moving cars and front flips.

What do you think? Pretty cool and yet non-spoilery.


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