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They may know it better than anyone else, but the stars of "The Amazing Spider-Man" still got caught up in its web this week.
Andrew Garfield, who plays the eponymous hero, and Emma Stone, who plays Peter Parker's lover Gwen Stacey, expressed shock and awe while watching the Spanish trailer for their new film on talk show "El Hormiguero" yesterday. The real-life couple opened their mouths in mock surprise and covered their faces during the last few seconds of the trailer, before they dissolved into laughter.
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Their reactions recalled a recent interview with Teen Vogue in which Garfield offered a taste of what it was like on the blockbuster film's set.
"Throughout shooting, it was wild and exciting," he told the magazine in its July issue. "I couldn't help but try to stay with [Emma Stone], keep pace with her, and not let her get away."
No doubt the stars didn't have to feign surprise when they found out "The Amazing Spider-Man" grossed a record $35 million domestically on its opening day, Tuesday, beating former record holder "Transformers," which grossed $27.9 million on the same day in 2007.
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