The final challenges have been solved for "The Amazing Spider-Man's" Animal Dynamics Lab portion of its viral campaign, and they've revealed two new videos featuring Rhys Ifans' Dr. Curt Connors. Knowing the trajectory his character follows during the course of the movie—i.e. he ends up becoming the Lizard—these latest two video diaries have us a bit concerned.
Based on his strange behavior in the first viral video, it seems like Connors might have already tried the experiment that eventually lead to him becoming The Lizard on himself. He tries to downplay it, but it's clear that something's off.
Check out the videos after the jump!
"Animal testing is one thing but human trials are quite... quite another," he said. "It will take a considerable amount of time and research before we are able to proceed."
The second video makes us feel even more uncomfortable about Connors' state of mind, and leads us to believe that even if he didn't try the experimentation on himself by the time this was recorded, he definitely tried it on someone else. Connors' knowledge of its side effects is too specific for him not to have seen it firsthand.
"Still too early for human testing, but I've been hypothesizing on the potential side effects. If we were to go that route, nausea, intermittent loss of consciousness and other transcendent physiological ramifications," he said. "More research required if we want to avoid these outcomes before involving human subjects... hypothetically speaking of course."
"The Amazing Spider-Man" hits theaters on July 3. Special thanks to SuperHeroHype for rounding up the viral campaign.
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