'GMA': Spider-Man drops reporter he was supposed to catch - Watch

The Spider-Man who swung into "Good Morning America" as part of a bit to promote the presence of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest" isn't quite the superhero one might have expected. He was supposed to catch reporter Sara Haines as part of a bit, but he dropped her instead.

Video of the fall is shown in slow motion at the end of the above clip. Haines laughs off the accident fairly quickly, but it's understandable that she and Spidey are now on the outs. The man behind the mask is lucky that his face was covered, so no one can know the identity of Mr. Butterfingers.

Director Marc Webb appeared on "GMA" Sunday (Dec. 29) to promote his upcoming superhero flick, which is due in theaters on May 2, 2014.

"Spider-Man's having a blast being Spider-Man, he's really good at being Spider-Man at this point of course as we know, and he's going to have to face off against not only the wrath of Oscorp ... but Electro," Webb teases. "It's really going to be the greatest battle."

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