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Foxx rocks blue makeup to portray the supervillain as he's spotted filming the 'Amazing Spider-Man' sequel in Times Square.
Director Marc Webb explains the scene displayed in the picture, 'This is what happens when you try to give Electro a ticket.'
Director Marc Webb confirms the casting of the 'Office' actor through a new behind-the-scene picture from the 'Amazing Spider-Man' sequel.
Director Marc Webb shares on Twitter the first image of Colm Feore, whose role remains unknown in the movie starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has high hopes that the production could help economy in N.Y., predicting it will result in 3,500 jobs and the hiring of more than 11,000 extras.
Emma Stone dresses femininely to portray Gwen, while Shailene Woodley shows off her tomboy side to become the famous Mary-Jane.
Explaining why the script will be 'awesome,' the new Harry Osborn depicter says, 'It's human and it's deep and it's also epic.'
The 'Muppets' actor has just been cast as the cruel CEO of Oscorp who will later become Spidey's nemesis, Green Goblin.
The 'Descendants' actress sports red hair as Mary Jane Watson, the character previously portrayed by Kirsten Dunst with Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker in Sam Raimi's 'Spider-Man' trilogy.
The costume has much bigger eyes and changes in color and texture, making it look like the one Peter Parker wore in the original comics.
Giving a hint at the new costume design, Webb shares a video that features glimpses at a bigger eye design for the Spidey suit.
Giamatti is in talks to tackle his dream role, while Felicity Jones is also poised to star as an undisclosed character.