Imagine a loading bar, titled "THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN," and it's like 55% full, and underneath it says 'Percentage of movie released via clips.'
Sony teamed up with Wal-Mart to sell people the above clip - 3 bucks, and the DVD came with behind the scenes footage, a video game trailer, and reprint of Amazing Spider-Man #6, first appearance of The Lizard. The clip is known as the 'Carjacker' clip, but I don't know why as he's not carjacking. Carjacking requires you to forcibly take a vehicle from somebody. He's just stealing the car.
Eage-eyed observers will note that Spider-Man behaves like a total dick in this scene. Like, a raging asshole. While this seems like an ill-advised collision of Spidey's light-hearted antics and Batman's gritty urban vigilantism, I understand that this is actually very, very early in Spidey's career and that part of the point of the movie is him learning to not be such a horrible fucking asshole. At least I hope that's the case.
By the way, for those keeping score: The Amazing Spider-Man screened in New York last week. There were a handful who liked it (mostly people you never heard of, to be frank), a few who felt it was forgettable and unnecessary, and some who hated it. The biggest Spider-Man fan I know found it to be a travesty. But most important: all of the changed origin stuff is gone. The bits about Peter's dad manipulating his genetic code is out, meaning there now is NO "Untold Story."
I'll likely be the last guy on the web to see the movie, so you're going to have to wait for my take on it.