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Jamie Foxx may be Electro once again in the next Spider-Man movie

This is a bit of an odd one. Jamie Foxx played Electro opposite Andrew Garfield’s Spidey in 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2. THR is now reporting that Foxx may play the villain once again in the third Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland as Spidey, from Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures.

A bit unusual, but when we look at Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse and the forthcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, then a few of possibilities arise. Oh, and there is also whatever shenanigans Scarlet Witch is getting up to in the WandaVision show on Disney+.

Foxx may be playing the Electro he played in The Amazing Spider-Man movie and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is going to have some multiverse madness of his own or Foxx is playing a new version of Electro in the Marvel Universe that exists after Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Whichever it is, I hope the character is developed a little more than we previously saw him. I do like Foxx but felt his role was a bit “meh” in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

If it is a Multiverse crossover then will we get to see Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield back in the Spider suit? Sam Raimi is directing the new Doctor Strange movie and he directed the Maguire Spider-Man movies.

Marvel has yet to comment on the news.

Jon Watts (Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home) is directing the third film which Sony has dated for release on 21st December 2021.

Initially, I was thinking this seemed a bit off, but the more I dwell on it, the more possibilities for an intriguing tale fill my mind.

What are your thoughts on Jamie Foxx playing Electro once more? Do you think it will be an all-new version of the character or will it be a result of the multiverse bleeding together?

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