Marc Webb has been keeping a strange sort of production diary for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 on his Twitter account. Some of these pictures have been of the crew, but others have been closer to

Webb provided an image of what could be the eyeholes for Spider-Man’s new mask.



This eyehole seems to be a bit wider than the ones on the original mask, and it’s on a much darker color scheme. I didn’t think that they’d be going with the Black Suit so soon into Spidey’s newer story, but then I saw that Webb also tweeted this image a few days beforehand.



This looks exactly like the locker in Ultimate Spider-Man where Peter found the symbiote suit. I’m still skeptical that they’d introduce such a big element so soon, but this does provide a strong argument.

Yesterday, Webb tweeted this image with the caption #knockknock.



This could potentially imply that Spider-Man is being hunted by the FBI after the events of the first film, but it’s also equally possible that they could be pursuing either Electro or the Rhino, who have both been confirmed to be in the film.

But most vague of all is the picture that was published only today….



If I’m correct, the man in this picture is none other than President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. As far as to why this picture has been shredded, or what kind of connection this may have towards Spider-Man, I haven’t the foggiest idea. The only thing that I can think of is that this may be something in the background of one of the scenes they happen to be shooting right now.

What do you think that these images mean? Why don’t you just tell us what you think in the comments below?

Source: Twitter