'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Set Video and Pictures: Lookin' Good, Jamie Foxx!

By: 04.30.13  •  10 Comments

We have a new batch of set pictures from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to add to the ones where Jamie Foxx blue himself and director Marc Webb introduced us to the nerdy non-blue version of Foxx. The video and first pictures below seem to show the first meeting between Spider-Man and Electro (Max Dillon) before he became Electro.

Most of these were taken last Sunday, but we also have several close-ups of Spidey’s new suit taken in New York’s financial district earlier this month. We’ll have to wait till The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens a year from now (May 2nd, 2014) to find out why he’s spying on Harry Osborn as only a Spider-Man can. (Stalker level: Spider-Man.)

All of these photos come from here, here, here, here, and here, and a few more pictures are available at those links. Video courtesy of Coming Soon.

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Here are some pictures from that scene:

We also have quite a few pictures (some captioned) of Spider-Man’s new suit in action and a couple of Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn as well.

“Yo girl, call me.”

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