Entertainment Weekly Premieres First Look at Electro and Harry Osborn in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”


Comic Con is almost here and Entertainment Weekly has begun their Comic Con preview with a first look at Electro  in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”.  Although its heavily CGI, it looks freaking awesome.


With production now finished, the post production stage has begun and its first stop is Comic Con. The cast of the film and Marc Webb is scheduled to appear bringing new footage for fans to see.

Before the production wrapped, Marc Webb expressed his and his crew’s excitement for the sequel

“You can feel it,” says Webb. “People aren’t scared. With the first one I felt it was important to retell that origin story. But that was kind of brutal because people were so familiar with it. Now that the origin story is done? We’re off to the races. It’s incredibly liberating.”

Although Andrew Garfield is the star of the film, he may have to share the spotlight with Oscar winner Jamie Foxx. Foxx leapt at the chance to play the shocking (pun intended) villain.

To get to be the villain and get to say all the cool stuff? Of course!” says Jamie Foxx. 

In this next installment, Peter Parker has a lot to deal with on his plate. He’s grappling with the mystery of his parents’ death, his ongoing romance with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), and  his close but complicated relationship with Oscorp founder Norman Osborn (Chris Cooper) and his son, Harry (Dane DeHaan). says Jamie Foxx.

The reboot series was just greenlit for three more movies following the sequel in May.


Also arriving online is a new still showing Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and rich pal Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) being chatty on a college campus.

Okay I’m officially excited for Comic-Con.  Stayed tuned for more.

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Source : EW