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Electro is the major villain. Harry Osborn later becomes the Green Goblin. Rhino also appears to confront Spider-Man at the end of the film.
No, he never even appeared on-screen in this series. He was mentioned a number of times and Peter Parker sent him an e-mail to rethink Spider-Man's negative publicity. Jameson responds with an e-mail saying "WRONG".
Shailene Woodley had been cast to play Mary-Jane Watson, but all of her scenes were removed from the final film. It was decided her character was not essential to this story.
There is no post/mid-credits scene expanding the events from "The Amazing Spider-Man 2". There was a "X-Men: Days of Future Past" preview that was shown in theaters, but it is not available in Blu-Ray/DVD releases.
Stan Lee is seen at Peter and Gwen's graduation. When Peter's name is called, he says "I think I know that guy."
The idea was for the two villains Doctor Octopus and the Vulture to later appear in a spin-off for the Sinister Six. Now that this series has been discontinued and will be followed by another reboot, the film about the supervillains teaming up with eachother has been shelved and will have nothing to do with these Spider-Man movies at all.
Marc Webb had planned this series as a trilogy and thought he would return to direct "The Amazing Spider-Man 3". It was originally scheduled for release on June 10, 2016. Sony Pictures then decided to delay it from being released until sometime in 2018. An agreement was eventually made with Marvel Studios to have Spider-Man appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That led to the third film in the rebooted series being scrapped which means this particular character will have no more sequels.
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