The Amazing Spider-Man actress has defended the franchise reboot that comes only five years after the previous film.
"What made it so exciting to get involved in [The Amazing Spider-Man] is that great mythology has been told over and over again," she told The Times of India.
"Comic books are our most recent mythology. When it comes to the Cinderella story, it can be told... many times, because there's always a different element to explore, and the same with Spider-Man.
"It's a cool thing to be a part of, no matter how soon after another version of it is."
Sam Raimi's Tobey Maguire-starring Spider-Man 3 was released in 2007.
Marc Webb ((500) Days of Summer) is directing the Marvel Comics adaptation, which will star Stone and Andrew Garfield.
Stone recently revealed that her work on the movie has inspired her to study biology.
The Amazing Spider-Man is scheduled for release on July 3 in the US and the UK.
Watch a trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man below: