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Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 made its theatrical debut on Thursday evening (beginning at 7pm). So far, it's amassed a solid $8.7 million box office gross, and set to break at least $95-million by the end of this weekend. In comparison, this number is slightly less than the $10-million that Spider-Man 3 opened with via Thursday midnight screenings on this weekend in 2007. Continue reading for one fan who decided to recreate some of the stunts with parkour.

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Did you know that Spider-Man's web fluid only lasts for an hour? That's right, Peter Parker used his scientific know-how to create his own adhesive web and web-shooters. Fortunately for window washers and street cleaners alike, Stan Lee was quick to key in readers to the fact that Spider-Man's webbing only lasts for about an hour before it evaporates into thin air. Continue reading for more.

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Germany-based laser weapons specialist Patrick Priebe has just unveiled his latest project, a Spider-Man-inspired electromagnetic web shooter that fires a harpoon-tipped length fishing line into styrofoam targets. Similar to the movie / comic counterparts, this one is worn on the wrist, and fired by pressing on a button located on a custom-built plate under the glove material, on the user's palm. Additional features include an aiming laser and LEDs to indicate its operational status. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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So, you've got a cool motorcycle suit, now it's time to pick up an equally awesome helmet to go along with it, and these custom Spider-Man and Venom creations by DONY Custom most certainly fit the bill. Unfortunately, you'll have to shell out $430+ for one of these babies. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on turning weapons into instruments.

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The Replica Prop Forum user "MoonSpider" scrapped together $600 and built the ultimate Spider-Man suit. According to MoonSpider, "this suit has well-hidden zippers than run down the sides from the armpit to the waist, then along the belt in the back. The back of the suit becomes an open flap that you enter and exit by way of an elaborate interpretive dance and a healthy bit of contortion." Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Sure, comic book and movie fans alike both know that Peter Parker is the man behind Spider-Man, but what if that weren't the case. Well, here's one alternative version of an unmasked Spider-Man, played by Chad Roberts, complete with a spider beard. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the ultimate animals behaving like humans video compilation.

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No, this isn't from an upcoming Spider-Man movie, but rather a homemade Doctor Octopus costume that comes complete with working mechanical tentacles. He is typically portrayed as a stocky, myopic man who utilizes four powerful, mechanical appendages, and is obsessed with proving his own genius and destroying Spider-Man. Continue reading for more.

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Yes, this is a real Spider-Man lizard and not a computer-generated model. It's called the Mwanza Flat-headed Agama (Agama mwanzae), and it's a lizard in the family Agamidae found mainly in Tanzania, Rwanda, and Kenya. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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There's one thing the real Spider-Man, aka Peter Parker, would never use, and that's Microsoft's Bing. For those who have seen The Amazing Spider-Man, you probably know what the Facebook status update is referring to. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook updates gallery. Continue reading for a video of an incredible human kaleidoscope.

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Finally, the Lizard has been revealed in Marvel's latest "The Amazing Spider-Man" trailer. The screenshot above shows that "The Lizard is wearing his signature white lab coat and appears to be in the process of turning someone else into a lizard-man." Continue reading to watch.

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