Felicity Jones Drops Yet Another Spoilerific Hint at Her Character in The Amazing Spider-Man 2
At this point, I’m wondering why Sony and Marc Webb haven’t had Felicity Jones quarantined so she doesn’t give the whole movie away. Last month, Jones, who will have a role in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man 2, fumbled an answer to a question that led us to believe the actress would be playing Spidey villain Black Cat in the film. Since then, no one has really come out and denied the report. Also in that time, it’s been reported that director Marc Webb and company were building up to include the famed Sinister Six in his film universe. With the inclusion of both Electro, played by Jamie Foxx, and The Rhino, portrayed by Paul Giamatti, that certainly may be happening. Not to mention the all but confirmed appearance of Green Goblin.
Anyway, Jones is at it again, revealing some more surprisingly detailed information about her character in the anticipated sequel. While Talking with View London, the actress drops some news that not only further confirms her role as Black Cat, but some info in regards to the overall storyline of the film series.
It’s all quite shrouded in secrecy, but I’m the Goblin’s girlfriend – I’m in a relationship with him, and his accomplice. I’m on the dark side.
I’m not sure how much more info we need at this point. It’s highly likely, from this quote, which Dane DeHaan, who is playing Harry Osborn, will take up the mantle of the Green Goblin from his father, Norman, played by the always impressive Chris Cooper. Or, knowing studios these days, they may just skip having Norman play Goblin at all and just have Harry take the role from the get-go. That’s an argument for another day.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hits theaters next summer and stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Dane DeHaan, Jamie Foxx, Paul Giamatti, Felicity Jones, Sally Field and Chris Cooper.
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Source : View London