Here's a reason to grab yourself a copy of The Amazing Spider-Man when it's released on Blu-ray and DVD: Apparently, there are hidden hints throughout the movie for what to expect from its sequel. Prepare your freeze frame finger, everyone.

According to the movie's Senior Visual Effects Supervisor, Jerome Chen, viewers should pay close attention to the Oscorp lab early in the movie: "I'll give you a clue," he told Entertainment Tonight, "there's a scene where Gwen is in the Oscorp lab giving a tour to a series of students and there could be Easter Eggs in there." Additional Animation Supervisor David Schaub adds another one at the other end of the film. "In the very last show of the film where [Spider-Man] is swinging, gets himself shot out of the crane and he's flying down past the George Washington Bridge and he strikes a pose, there's an Easter Egg -- but I can't tell you any more than that -- for something to come."

Wait... An Easter Egg for something to come at the George Washington Bridge? If only there was a really famous Spider-Man story that we have already been teased will be adapted in a future movie that took place at the George Washington Bridge. If only...

The Amazing Spider-Man is released on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow.