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This Deleted Scene From The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Reveals A Resurrection

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PHOTO Entertainment Weekly (screengrab)

Spoiler Alert: It's not Gwen Stacy, you guys. Sorry.

But any guesses on who resurrected in this deleted scene from The Amazing Spider-Man 2?

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<>Yup, that's Peter's father, Richard Parker who's supposed to be dead after a car accident years ago. Is he really alive? How did he survive? Where is Peter's mom? Is this just the Chameleon, one of the supervillains from the comic that has the power to impersonate people and who might be part of The Amazing Spider-Man 3?

<>Sorry, girls, we have to wait for the next movie to have the answers to our questions. But if you want more of Spider-Man, you can purchase the DVD which is set for release on August 19 and includes 13 deleted scenes from the movie.

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