Jamie Foxx Talks Electro, Felicity Jones Teases Her Role, And Paul Giamatti Is Spotted In His Rhino Rig Again
Earlier today we got a few nifty pics of Spider-Man holding on for dear life on the back of a police truck, but now we have some other Spider goodies that have recently hit the web. Felicity Jones adds fuel to the fire about her potentially being Black Cat in the film, Jamie Foxx teases Electro‘s villain credentials, and Paul Giamatti has been spotted in his Rhino rig yet again.
First up, Jamie Foxx had a little teaser about his turn as Max Dillon/Electro in a recent interview with Collider. The actor revealed that Electro will have some pretty good reasons to attack when he ends up clashing with Spidey in the film:
I’m just happy to be a part of it. I’ll let you know this: Spider-Man definitely has a formidable opponent, someone who really does not like him.
Felicity Jones spoke briefly about her role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with the Belfast Telegraph (via Twitter’s @Marvel_Spider). The Brit actress has this to say about the role:
It’s TOP secret. I can tell you that she’s sort of on the baddie’s side, but I can’t explain much more than that. Just the scale was incredible. It’s a different challenge to be on an enormous set, surrounded by hundreds of extras, as opposed to just being 20 people in the room.
Felicia Hardy, better known as Black Cat, is sort of a baddie. She’s a master cat burglar who straddles both sides of the law in the comics. When she walks the line and follows the law, it’s usually because she’s helping Spider-Man, who she sometimes dates. Until we hear who she’s playing officially, all we can do is guess. Jones sure isn’t doing anything to kill those Black Cat rumors though.
And finally we have a few photos of Giamatti coming back to film a few scenes as The Rhino. Giamatti, or Rhinomatti as he should be called, came back to the set to finish some scenes for his big confrontation with Spider-Man. You can see Giamatti hamming it up thanks to Social Life (via CBM’s MarvelFreshman). What do you think about the goings on in the world of The Amazing Spider-Man?
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