Spiderman 2 Easter Egg - Spiderman Two

Insert disc one.
Go to special features, Choose commentary and Go to off on technical commentary. Go right and up. A spider will show on the screen. Press enter to view a special message to the Japanese audience.

On disk two. Go to documentaries. Stand on making the amazing and press up. One of octo's arms will lit up. Press enter to view a guest appearance by Willem Dafoe.

Also, Select gallery and go to proceed. Push up and then enter to view a little song and dance number by Alfred Molina.

User Rating:
5.6
  5.6/10 with 22 votes
Contributed By: Vidar Sandnes on 12-25-2004
Reviewed By: Boneho Chane, sars
Special Requirements: DVD Double disk
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This is what you will see on the disc one easter egg This is how to access the feature on disc 2 for the Alfred Molina dance This is what you will see when accessing the Willam Defoe easter egg on disc 2 as well
This is what you will see on the disc one easter egg This is how to access the feature on disc 2 for the Alfred Molina dance This is what you will see when accessing the Willam Defoe easter egg on disc 2 as well

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Comments

Spider-Jace writes:
Justin, dvd eEggs are "Hidden/unknown features or Information" on a disk, So if you dont consider this an easter eggs, do you not consider every other submission on the dvd section of this site An easter eggs? take my advice keeping comments to yourself will help you look smarter
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PDTV writes:
Oh really? What DVDs have you been watching that contain plain old "Special Features" which require you to navigate to a hidden button in order to play them??? Come on, it's an EGG for Pete's sake.
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Plex writes:
naw thats an egg for sure,if you have to work hard to find it or see it its an egg
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Justin writes:
That is not an egg, its simply some special feature from the disc! Try something more unusual...
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