‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Sequel Bringing Back Jamie Foxx as Electro, Somehow

What could this mean? Of course, there’s always a chance this is will end up being fun little cameo and not a major role. The Multiverse – different universes with different versions of various Marvel characters – is being set-up in the next   Doctor Strange movie,   Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. I guess anything is possible – provided the actors in question are up for it. Cast members Tom Holland,   Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Jacob Batalon, and Tony Revolori are all expected to return, as is director Jon Watts. I think Foxx can be a strong actor with the right material, but that film did him no favors. While I’m definitely interested in the idea of all this crossover – it’s fun! Plot details of the   Far From Home sequel remain a mystery. Maybe! As of now, the release date is set for   December 17, 2021, but that could always change. Is that going to spill over into the third entry in the Marvel-Sony   Spider-Man series? Simmons as   J. Jonah Jameson from the Sam Raimi   Spider-Man trilogy. THR has the scoop on Jamie Foxx returning as Electro in the   Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel, AKA   Spider-Man 3 (not to be confused with the other   Spider-Man 3). This will no doubt lead to major complications for everyone’s favorite neighborhood Spider-Man. If so, this opens the door to all sorts of possibilities. – I can’t say I’m thrilled at the idea of Foxx’s Electro coming back. Will other villains from the other   Spider-Man franchises, like Willem Dafoe‘s Green Goblin, pop-up? Will Tom Holland‘s Peter Parker somehow run into the versions of the character played by   Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield? This is a bit surprising (or should I say   shocking), since Foxx’s Electro is from a completely different Spidey franchise. Posted on Thursday, October 1st, 2020 by Chris Evangelista

Here is something I’m 100% certain no one saw coming: the   Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel is bringing back Jamie Foxx‘s Electro from   The Amazing Spider-Man 2, even though that was a completely different franchise with a completely different Spider-Man. The best bet is that the   Far From Home sequel is going to involve the Multiverse in some capacity. But still…this is a bit weird, folks. The Amazin Spider-Man 2 is a pretty bad movie, and Foxx’s Electro is one of the worst parts about it. Far From Home ended with Tom Holland’s Spidey having his secret identity exposed while also being framed for the drone attack caused by   Jake Gyllenhaal‘s Quentin Beck/Mysterio. There’s some precedent for this, since   Far From Home brought back J.K.