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In superhero flicks it can be very easy to relegate the female lead to damsel in distress (just look at Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies for example), but going by what Emma Stone tells Total Film, that won't be the case in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. When asked how many times Spidey (Andrew Garfield) saver Gwen in the movie, Stone replies: "Not many. I can think of one important instance. She saves him more than he saves her. She's incredibly helpful to Spider-Man... He's the muscle, she's the brains." Could this one instance be more of an attempted save? Comic fans won't need an explanation for that! But Stone also suggests that Gwen won't be too involved in the action this time around. "I don't get to do too many crazy stunts. She gets herself in the middle of stuff, that's for sure! I do get webbed to a car. »

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