We’ve seen Jamie Foxx’s wild getup as Electro in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' but what does the actor have to say about that elaborate costume and taking part in the Marvel character’s legacy? Foxx revealed some tidbits on Marc Webb's Spidey follow-up.
Plus: did the actor just drop big San Diego Comic-Con bombshell?
When 'X-Men' arrived in 2000, the landscape of the cinematic blockbuster was changed forever. Superheroes still dominate the summer and more often than not, they tend to have come from the Marvel comic book universe. Sure, the occasional Batman or Superman film a
The odds of wandering into the wrong corner of a laboratory and being bitten by a radioactive/genetically engineered spider and gaining superpowers are just about next to zero. This isn't 'Amazing Spider-Man.' It's time to give up on that childhood dream: you're never going to be Spider-Man. Sorry to break that news, guys. However, a researcher at the University of Illinois has created the next best thing: a suit that will give you Spidey's trademark "Spider Sense."
Director Marc Webb teased that 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' would feature some costume changes for our favorite web slinger, specifically "bigger eyes" and "gnarly web shooters." Many Spider-Man fans thought this meant a return to the look made famous by artist Todd McFarlane. So what is the new look for Spidey in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2?' Check out the first official photo from the film and find out!
'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' has cast a new villain. After Jamie Foxx was announced as joining the 'Spider-Man 2' cast as Electro, today we get news that Paul Giamatti will star as Rhino. And another actress has joined the cast in a mystery role. Who could she be playing?
While Jamie Foxx will soon hit the big screen in the title role of Quentin Tarantino's latest, 'Django Unchained,' the world is still reeling from his next big casting (excuse the pun) shocker -- he'll be starring in Marc Webb's upcoming 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' as the villain Electro.
Comic book fans know some details about this character already, including his ability to wield electricity, but how close exactly is Webb planning on sticking with his story line from the comics? Fortunately, we don't have think on it much, as Foxx has already revealed the origins of Spidey's nemesis.
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