When the world first met Jamie Foxx, he was doing weird, out there comedy. He’s since evolved into an Oscar-winning actor—but an upcoming role will bring him back to that space. He’s in early talks to star in The Happytime Murders, an R-rated puppet comedy produced by the Jim Henson Company.
One thing The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has going for it is villains. It's got heaps and heaps of villains. So many villains. And we spoke exclusively to both Electro and the Green Goblin on why this movie is really all about them.
This new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 offers some insight into the tragedy of our key villain, Electro. Spider-Man tries to reason with the human live wire, but things aren't looking good for Electro.
Two days before the 2013 Miss America pageant, Miss New York Nina Dalvuluri —the self-proclaimed Miss Diversity — was allegedly caught on tape calling outgoing Miss America Mallory Hagan "fat as fuck."* Keep it classy, ladies.
Sadly, the united front presented by Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones during their shittiest times lately has come to an end — a source claims that the two have separated. :|
Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx will make his triumphant debut in the superhero movie genre as Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. But that's not enough, as the actor has announced he's trying his damnedest get a new Spawn movie off the ground, with himself in the starring role. For some reason.
While the trailers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have shown us tons of villains, Electro is the bad guy who takes center stage — and he has powers that go beyond what we've seen in the trailers so far. He'll go from the saddest of sad sacks to the man whose powers are far beyond anything Peter Parker can imagine.
Andrew Garfield didn't make a wall-crawling entrance into the Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel at Comic-Con, but he did arrive in costume and in character. For the first part of the panel, Garfield answered only to the name "Spider-Man" and replied to all questions in character.
There's a lightning bolt on his sleeve! Get it? You get it. Behold the first official picture of Jamie Foxx as Spider-Man's new nemesis in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. In other news, Andrew Garfield is open to making Peter Parker gay by swapping Mary Jane out for a boy, Mark Johnson.
I'm sorry to subject you all to a clip of Jay Leno, but Jamie Foxx was on last night and revealed what his evil Electro will talk like in The Amazing Spider-Man sequel. In a word: quiet. You can fast-forward the clip to 1:35 to get to the voice, but then you'll miss him talking about Max Dillon's insane combover.
We've been keeping our fingers crossed that Roland Emmerich's new movie White House Down would contain some science-fictional insanity, given his over-the-top track record. And now, this new four-minute trailer reveals all.
The first pics of Jamie Foxx as Electro have slipped out from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 set, and let me assure you he is not wearing normal Electro's awesome lightning bolt-starfish headgear. If you consider this sort of thing a spoiler, then spoiler warning, I guess.
Two years before the Civil War, a freed slave named Django becomes a bounty hunter because he can't think of any job more awesome than killing white guys for money. Wearing anachronistic sunglasses, accompanied by his preternaturally anti-racist white partner Schultz, he shoots his way through the South with one…
Has Marc Webb found yet another character to add to Amazing Spider-Man 2? The Spidey sequel has already cast Mary Jane Watson, they're looking for a Harry Osborn, and everyone suspects the Green Goblin, Norman Osborn, will also be making an appearance, thanks to the post-credits jail scene in the first film. But if…