Plot/Character Details For THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2; SPOILERS Ahead

Plot/Character Details For THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2; <font color=red>SPOILERS</font> Ahead

We've managed to uncover a few tidbits and one pretty major spoiler from Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man sequel. Read on to find out more on how Green Goblin, Electro, Gwen Stacy and Venom will - or won't - feature in the movie..

Okay, SPOILER WARNING noted, ready to move on? Final Warning?? A source close to the production has provided us with the following pieces of information on The Amazing Spider-Man 2. There are some details we got hold of that we won't post now, but we will reveal one major - though not entirely unexpected - spoiler.

First up, Electro (Jamie Foxx). We're told he will not be wearing anything close to his classic green and yellow outfit, and to "think Ultimate version". Again, not really unexpected. The character's civilian alter ego Max Dillon will be an Oscorp employee - oh, and that pic Webb tweeted with the morgue number? Nothing at all to do with Venom (no Eddie Brock appearance either) it's actually where Dillon is taken after his "accident". We're told there will be no Green Goblin in this movie but LOTS of teasers and foreshadowing for the next movie - apparently Norman Osborn (Chris Cooper) hasn't been cured yet and is still dying. Now for the big spoiler: Just as most of us suspected, Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) will indeed check out in this film, but perhaps more surprising is that it's been hinted - note we don't know this for certain - that this won't even happen at the end, and Stone's role may not be very large at all. Like I said, that's speculation based on how the info was put across, but I personally wouldn't be surprised in Gwen buys it around the beginning of the third act, giving Spidey a reason to go off the deep end and seek revenge.

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Mark Cassidy
Member Since 11/9/2008
Filed Under "Spider-Man" 3/27/2013
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