Following last week's call for Oscorp interns, the "Amazing Spider-Man" viral has now unveiled more information that gives us an inside look at the company's experimentation. Two new videos and some key documents have been revealed in the latest stage of the ARG that give us a deeper backstory to the upcoming "Spider-Man" movie.
When we last saw Dr. Curt Connors, he was busy trying to get interns to join in his genetics initiative at Oscorp. The two new video blogs he's posted show that much of his experimentation was met with failure until one mouse accepted the treatment. What Connors did to the mouse and how it will affect the creature have yet to be seen.
While three of the documents revealed give us a look at the research Oscorp was performing on spiders and their webs, it's the fourth that has us really intrigued. It's a note to Peter Parker's father Richard from his mother Mary complaining about the way Richard is so involved in his work.
Mary asks Richard to spend more time with her and their son, and adds that she hopes to see him "tonight." Since we know that the disappearance of his parents plays a large role in "The Amazing Spider-Man," it's interesting to see this early correspondence between Parker's mother and father.
Thanks to the folks at SuperHeroHype yet again for doing all the heavy lifting and puzzling out the viral campaign for us. There's plenty of interesting stuff to be gleaned here, though we'll have to wait until "The Amazing Spider-Man" hits theaters on July 3 to see how it all fits together.
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