EbeneNews – United States – Spider-Man 3: Marvel’s Kevin Feige Is Jamie Foxx’s Electro Fan


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Marvel Studios President and Producer Kevin Feige once expressed his praise for Jamie Foxx as the super-charged Electro supervillain in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a role Foxx will reprise on Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 Feige, an executive producer of The Amazing Spider-Man but not its 2014 sequel pitting Andrew Garfield’s wallcrawler against the Electric Enemy played by Foxx, oversees the untitled follow-up to Sony-co-funded Far From Home and Disney as part of a new deal reached in late 2019 Before Feige influenced Sony to bring a rebooted Spider-Man (Tom Holland) to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War in 2016, the prolific producer offered ratings on Sony’s Amazing Spider-Man 2

In a November 2013 email to Amy Pascal, then Sony’s co-president, who held the post during the Sony Pictures hack in 2014, Feige provided a preview of Amazing Spider-Man 2 that included praise and constructive criticism regarding Électro:

“I really love Electro – it feels like you might not need the stage in his apartment, which makes him completely crazy and hard to understand too [sic],” wrote Feige in the leaked email, referring to Electro -ego Max Dillon’s mild mannered alter

In Amazing Spider-Man 2, Dillon is portrayed as a neglected Oscorp employee and a self-proclaimed “person” in the scene that takes place in his lonely apartment, covered from wall to wall with Spidey-obsessed paraphernalia, the delusions of a delusional Max end in an imaginary conversation with his “best friend” superhero

Feige also commented on Max’s transformation into electro, which occurs when the hapless Max – an electrical engineer – falls into a tank of electric eels while trying to fix a loose cable

“Like the idea of ​​the eel going into his mouth and instead of burrowing, you see it shine in him,” Feige wrote On the scene where an electrocuted Max wakes up in the morgue, Feige has added: “Kind of like the morgue, but hates the dancing mortician – cliché”

In addition to recommending the idea of ​​visually setting up the powerhouse from which Electro draws its power during the film’s climax, Feige also commented on the film’s supporting villain: Russian gangster Aleksei Sytsevich (Paul Giamatti), unkune the unleashed rhinoceros

“Decrease Paul Giamatti’s performance, so that he looks a bit more threatening and less cartoonish,” Feige suggested

Foxx’s portrayal of Electro in Amazing Spider-Man 2 previously drew comparisons to Jim Carrey’s Riddler in Batman Forever, who portrayed the character as an obsessive and despised employee turned costumed criminal

It’s not clear if Foxx will play a new version of the character, who appeared to die at the end of Amazing Spider-Man 2, or if his return is made possible by Marvel’s focus on the multiverse in the MCU phase 4 Far From Home saw JK Simmons, who portrayed J Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Man trilogy directed by Sam Raimi, returns as a rebooted version of the newly redesigned character as an Online Specialist

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EbeneNews – United States – Spider -Man 3: Marvel’s Kevin Feige is a fan of Jamie Foxx’s electro

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