The Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack comes with three discs:
Disc one is a Blu-ray containing the feature film, as well as the "Amazing Spider-Man Second Screen App," which can be used with the Sony Tablet™ S, Xperia Tablet™ S and iPad. The App syncs with the film as it plays in "Timeline" mode and features "Production" mode allowing users to "sling" content from their tablets to the TV screen for a greater and more interactive HD experience. Content includes interviews, storyboards, concept art, pre-visualization sequences, stunt rehearsals, and more.
Disc two is a Blu-ray featuring 90 minutes of behind-the-scenes documentaries, taking viewers behind the scenes of the development and direction of the film, casting, costumes, location shoots, visual effects, and more.
Disc three is a DVD that includes the feature film, as well as stunt rehearsals and deleted scenes, The Oscorp Archives, an image gallery featuring production art stills, and audio commentary with director Marc Webb, and producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach.
In addition to the three discs of content in the Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack, the Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack contains a fourth disc featuring the film in 3D. Exclusive to the Blu-ray 3D is also an image progression reel and the "3D 101 with Marc Webb" featurette, providing a look at the 3D techniques used for the film and allowing viewers to toggle through three scenes from the film at different levels of 3D.
The Limited Edition Gift Set, available at select retailers, comes with collectible Spider-Man and Lizard figurines, in addition to the 4-disc Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack.
The Amazing Spider-Man is the story of Peter Parker (Garfield), an outcast high schooler who was abandoned by his parents as a boy, leaving him to be raised by his Uncle Ben (Sheen) and Aunt May (Field). Like most teenagers, Peter is trying to figure out who he is and how he got to be the person he is today. When Peter discovers a mysterious briefcase that belonged to his father, he begins a quest to understand his parents' disappearance - leading him directly to Oscorp and the lab of Dr. Curt Connors (Ifans), his father's former partner. As Spider-Man is set on a collision course with Connors' alter-ego, The Lizard, Peter will make life-altering choices to use his powers and shape his destiny to become a hero.
Based on the Marvel comic book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, The Amazing Spider-Man was directed by Marc Webb from the screenplay by James Vanderbilt and Alvin Sargent and Steve Kloves, and a story by James Vanderbilt. Stan Lee, Kevin Feige and Michael Grillo served as executive producers, with Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach as producers.
Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack
Disc 1: 2D Blu-ray feature film
The Amazing Spider-Man Second Screen App, including interviews, storyboards, alternate takes, costume tests, pre-visualization sequences and more. Allows you to "sling" content from your tablet to the TV.
Disc 2: 2D Blu-ray - Featuring 90 Minutes of Behind-the-Scenes Documentaries, including:
Development and Direction
On Location: LA
On Stage: Sony Studios
On Location: NY
Post Production and Release
16 Pre-Visualization Sequences
Disc 3: DVD feature film
Filmmaker Audio Commentary
The Oscorp Archives – Production Art Gallery
Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack
All of the 3-Disc Combo Pack Special Features plus…
Disc 1: 3D Blu-ray
3D versions of the film
3D 101 with Director Marc Webb
3D Image Progression Reel
Disc 2: 2D Blu-ray feature film
Disc 3: 2D Blu-ray featuring 90 Minutes of Behind-the-Scenes Documentaries
Disc 4: DVD feature film
Limited Edition Gift Set
All of the 4-Disc Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack Special Features plus…
OMG!!! Finally!!! We've got "The Amazing Spider-Man" announced already. I'm definitely getting the 3-Disc Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy. Still waiting for "The Dark Knight Rises" and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days," but still....I'm in!!!
Really interested to know what the aspect ratio of this will be. When I saw it in IMAX 3D, the finale of the movie opened up to fill the entire screen. I know it wasn't filmed in IMAX, but it was still a cool effect (think Tron: Legacy and its fake IMAX scenes).
Meh. Not interested in this flick at all. With all of these versions, I'm having deja vu of when DVDs were released in WS, FS and as 2 disc exclusives. The studios just may be getting greedy (greedier) again and in the long run, it will cost them.
@Tony K. - the Sony press site I have has those listed under the Blu-ray features as well, but that could be because the DVD is available in those releases too so who knows. That would be ridiculous though.
Day one for me, but how about one blu-ray disc with everything on it. I'm so tired of multiple discs. The whole idea was one disc and now we get 3 and 4 discs. I pray for streaming to replace hard copies streaming where I have a cloud with all my movies in it and all the extras that come with it and they are all in 4k resolution.
The deleted scenes and commentary better be on the Blu-Ray. That would be ridiculous otherwise.
These 3D sets are really presenting me with some dilemmas lately. I don't yet have a 3D set, but I imagine I'll have one in the next couple of years. I wonder if it's best to future proof myself or end up re-buying them once I do get a new TV. I do like the idea of having special 3D-centric special features on how they figure out the 3D. Although I should be careful what I wish for. Don't want them to get too 3D-happy on standard extra stuff.
Was really hoping for some director's cut, after all the theatrical cut has a few plot holes and unresolved things, but as long as these scenes are among the deleted scenes I guess that's better than nothing.
Sick and Tired of 3D movies, I have sight problem in my left eye and cannot see the 3D effects, I sometimes take my children to see 3D movies and it is just like watcdhing a movie with sunglasses on and it gives me a headache .
stick to true Imax projection and less of the " oh ! look its coming out of the screen " shots
It's really annoying how they break up the special features just for the sake of a combo pack. All the extras should be on 1 maybe 2 BD discs and that's it. The only editions for any film should be 2D only, 3D only, and DVD only.