Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to showcase the Multiverse in a grand way by reintroducing past Spider-Man villains like Jamie Foxx's Electro.
Foxx first made his Marvel debut in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man in 2014, going up against Andrew Garfield's version of the web-slinger. As expected, Garfield’s Spider-Man eventually defeated Foxx’s Max Dillon at the movie’s end.
Despite that, No Way Home’s marketing confirmed that Foxx’s Electro is back to seek revenge, but details about his return are still being kept under wraps.
The second trailer showed that this Electro has a different design from his The Amazing Spider-Man 2 counterpart, potentially hinting that this is a Variant from another branch of the Multiverse. In addition, Electro was confirmed to receive a Tony Stark-related upgrade in the movie.
Now, as No Way Home’s press screening inches closer, new footage of the Marvel villain has been unveiled.
Jamie Foxx's Electro Speaks in New Marvel Spot
Twitter user @SpiderMan3news uncovered a brand new TV spot for Spider-Man: No Way Home that showcased fresh scenes from the threequel.
The 30-second footage unveiled new dialogue from Jamie Foxx's Electro, with the villain being amazed by "the possibilities" of an unknown place:
"Look at this place... And all the possibilities."
The promo spot also offers another look at Electro, potentially attacking Tom Holland's Spider-Man:
Electro Amazed by Multiversal "Possibilities"?
It remains to be seen what prompted Electro to utter this new dialogue, but there is a wide array of possibilities.
For starters, this scene could be from Electro’s first arrival on the MCU’s Earth. The villain could be amazed by the fact that this prime timeline presents many opportunities for him, thus explaining his fascination.
On the flip side, Electro could be referring to Tony Stark’s technology - more specifically, the arc reactor. The Marvel villain’s “possibilities” line could allude to the fact that his upcoming upgrade would boost his powers exponentially.
No Way Home's second trailer already hinted that Electro's blue form from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be featured in the early parts of the narrative. This tease supports the idea that Electro is excited about the fact that he would could his powers and gain an advantage over Tom Holland's web-slinger.
Whatever the case, Electro's sinister line of dialogue presents all kinds of trouble for the titular hero, and it will be interesting to find out how his plan will come to fruition in the threequel.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to premiere in theaters on December 17, 2021.