Electro's Other Look And A First Glimpse At Harry Osborn - Spider-Man Set Pics And Video

Marc Webb and Dane DeHaan have each tweeted a brand new images from the upcoming sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man. They do not offer much in terms of plot details, but they Webb’s image shows a very intelligent-looking Jamie Foxx in front of a board that has our hero’s face at the forefront. We know that, early in the story at least, Max Dillon, the alter ego of Electro, is something of Spider-Man fan. I guess that’s his creepy stalker board we can see on the wall.

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DeHaan’s image is of his character Harry Osborn, who is the new Green Goblin Jr., taking the place of James Franco. He looks very suave as he steps in to a car, giving an undeniably worried glance at someone unknown. Whoever it is, Osborn does not look particularly pleased to see them. Of course, it’s probably just the photographer of this image and there’s nary a movie clue to be had from the snap.

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And finally, here’s a video of our hero and his dame, hitting the town down at Union Station. Can any of you lip read?

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be in cinemas from April 18th 2014.

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