Spider-Man 2002 is an American superhero film directed by Sam Raimi. It is the first installment in the Spider-Man trilogy and stars Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker, a high school student living in New York City who turns to crimefighting after developing spider-like super powers.
Filming locations for Tobey Maguire’s 2002 Spiderman was filmed in and around New York. One of the most recognizable locations featured in the film was the Flatiron Building on 175 Fifth Avenue; used as the Daily Bugle.
69th Rd, New York 11375, United States (Aunt May’s House)
Google Maps Co-ordinates: 40.710383, -73.854996
44th Street Queens Boulevard, Woodside (Peter Parker runs for the bus scene)
Google Maps Co-ordinates: 40.744074, -73.920391
New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue, New York (Uncle Ben talks with Peter before Peter’s Cage fight scene)
Google Maps Co-ordinates: 40.753190, -73.982275
Flatiron Building,175 Fifth Avenue, New York (The Daily Bugle) (Also seen in Godzilla 1998)
Google Maps Co-ordinates: 40.741030, -73.989578
Director: Sam Raimi
Run Time: 116m
Age Viewing: 12
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