New Amazing Spider-Man viral videos emerge online
Mild-mannered Oscorp scientist Dr Curt Connors has posted a couple of new vlogs about his pioneering work with the regenerative capability of reptilian DNA. Fooled you! Curt Connors isn’t real, and the vlogs are actually the work of Rhys Ifans. He’s an actor, which means he was just pretending to be a scientist! Clever, isn’t it?
Ifans is playing Connors in a film called The Amazing Spider-Man – you might have heard of it – and he’s been made to film these blogs because apparently we’re actually, as a species, physically incapable of just sitting down and waiting for a bloody film to come out.
Anyway, the blogs are about as exciting as you might expect. When was the last time you watched updates from the lab of a geneticist? Exactly.
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We’re really hoping that mouse is the first creature to die at the (regenerated) claws of the Lizard. It looked at us funny.