Spider-Man TM fans worldwide have less than 87 hours to jump on the opportunity to bid on “The Amazing Spider-ManTM Real Hero Edition,” a one-of-its kind, deluxe gift set to commemorate the release of “The Amazing Spider-ManTM” on Blu-rayTM and DVD (with simultaneous digital release) from Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (Address: Minato-ku, Tokyo; Representative: Yoshiaki Ito; hereinafter referred to as SPEJ). SPEJ launched the auction through Yahoo! Japan auctions on Wednesday, November 14th, the same day the film became available for home entertainment. The gift set will be showcased at the Sony Building in Tokyo until Sunday, November 25th, however the auction ends just before midnight in Japan on Tuesday, November 20th.
The set is the one of its kind and includes: a Spider-Man suit that was actually used in the filming of “The Amazing Spider-ManTM”; a copy of the script autographed by Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and director Marc Webb; a visit to the set of “The Amazing Spider-ManTM 2″, which is currently scheduled to start filming in early 2013; and one of 3,000 limited-edition “The Amazing Spider-ManTM Amazing BOX”, containing “the Japan Only Spider-Man Suit T-Shirt” among other things. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society to help the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and also to Worldwide Orphans, which helps orphans all over the world and is supported by Andrew Garfield.
n Yahoo! Japan auctions of The Amazing Spider-ManTM Real Hero Edition in commemoration of the release of “The Amazing Spider-ManTM The Amazing Spider-ManTM Real Hero EditionTM” on Blu-ray disc and DVD
The Amazing Spider-ManTM Real Hero Edition
Wednesday, November 14~Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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* Residents of other countries may participate in the auction.
* Proceeds from the auction will be donated to Japanese Red Cross Society (http://www.jrc.or.jp/english/index.html) to help the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and Worldwide Orphans (http://wwo.org/), which helps orphans all over the world, supported by Andrew Garfield.