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Jamie Foxx Confirms Talk of Sinister Six in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 3′

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Jamie Foxx
Pacific Coast News

In 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' our favorite webslinger will due battle against the Rhino and, the main villain of the film, Electro. However, Paul Giamatti (playing the former) recently revealed that he's only one of several villains lurking around, inciting once again the long-rumored involvement of the Sinister Six in this or subsequent installments. But now this rumor seems like more than just a possibility as Jamie Foxx confirms this is an idea being thrown around.

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False Advertising: 10 Movies That Oversold the Wrong Stars

Misleading Movies
Warner Bros/Dimension/Media/A24

You know it because it's happened to you.

You settle into your seat at you local multiplex, excited to see the latest movie starring your favorite actor. The lights dim, the projector kicks into action, the movie starts and then

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‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Photos Tease the Sinister Six!

Amazing Spider-Man 2 photos
Sony

Regarding 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' director Marc Webb told ScreenCrush back during Comic-Con that, while many of us may think we know what'll go down in the Spidey sequel, we'll definitely be surprised. His words are still ringing in our minds as the next batch of photos from the film has dropped to tease one of those buzzed-about rumors: the Sinister Six.

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Jamie Foxx is “Aggressively Pursuing” a ‘Spawn’ Reboot

Jamie Foxx Spawn
Universal Pictures/Image

Jamie Foxx will be flexing his supervillain muscles next summer as Electro in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2', but it seems as though he's already got his eyes on another comic-book property: a reboot of Todd McFarlane's 'Spawn'. So, how close is this to actually happening?

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Comic-Con 2013: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Panel

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Comic-Con 2013
Sony/EW

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' the sequel to director Marc Webb's first installment in the rebooted Spider-Man film series, has been busy at work filming in the Big Apple. Now, during Comic-Con 2013, Columbia Pictures and Sony brought out stars Andrew Garfield (Spider-Man, Peter Parker), Jamie Foxx (Electro, Max Dillon) and Dane DeHaan (Harry Osborn), producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach, and Webb himself for their panel presentation on Friday, Jul. 19 in Hall H.

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Comic-Con 2013: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Footage Teases the Arrival of Electro

Sony via EW
Sony via EW

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' is coming to Comic-Con, and it wants to show off Jamie Foxx's character Electro. So much so they've cut a little teaser for his appearance at the Con.

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‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Reveals New Looks at Electro, Rhino and More!

Sony via EW
Sony via EW

Yesterday gave us our first official look at Jamie Foxx as Electro in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2.' Well, wouldn't you know it, today we've got more images of the villain, as well as fresh peeks at Paul Giamatti's Rhino, Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man and Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy!

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‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′: Spidey and Electro Face Off on EW’s Comic-Con Cover

Amazing Spider-Man 2 Electro Spider-Man
Sony Pictures

After some intense production in the Big Apple, complete with Paul Giamatti's Rhino going berserk on the general public, 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' is ready to hit San Diego for Comic-Con 2013. But first, our hero, Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man, and our primary villain, Jamie Foxx's Electro, face off in the latest issue of EW.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx Reunite for Some ‘Mean Business’

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx
Getty Images

'Django Unchained' stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx played enemies in Quentin Tarantino's western racial epic, but this time around the actors will play for the same side in a new film for Warner Bros., based on the upcoming Craig Zahler novel, 'Mean Business on North Ganson Street.'

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‘White House Down’ Review

White House Down review
Sony Pictures

'White House Down' has the disadvantage of being the second 'Die Hard'-in-the-White-House movie of 2013 after 'Olympus Has Fallen,' and the advantage of being superior to its predecessor in every conceivable way. It's better directed, better written, and better acted. The action is better, with more impressive special effects; the production design is better, with a much more convincing replica of the White House; the camerawork is better; with clear, lucid images. Where 'Olympus Has Fallen' was grim and stern, 'White House Down' actually embraces the silliness of its premise. It's more exciting and more faithful to the 'Die Hard' formula. This is still basically a shameless ripoff popcorn movie, but it's a shameless ripoff popcorn movie popped to near-perfection.

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