Electro: Is A Standalone Movie With Jamie Foxx Coming After No Way Home? Rumor Alert!

Electro: Is A Standalone Movie With Jamie Foxx Coming After No Way Home? Rumor Alert!

Spider-Man: No Way Home brought three generations of Spider-Man villains to the screen, and the result met expectations. The film also included the return of Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon / Electro, and now it appears Sony is considering developing a new spin-off film centered around his character.

Sony’s strategy of making movies about Spider-Man villains has already proved a winner twice with Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage, as both have achieved good box office success. The Morbius movie also generated much interest as the trailers include connections with Venom and Spider-Man: Homecoming. 

Now, it looks like another project will enter development, starting with Jamie Foxx’s return in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Sony would therefore be interested in developing a spin-off project starring Electro, according to Murphy’s Multiverse.

Jamie Foxx In No Way Home

Jamie Foxx portrayed Max Dillon in No Way Home after taking the character to the big screen in 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now it seems Sony executives want the character to return due to a box office clause. by Spider-Man: No Way Home. At the moment, the project has not yet been confirmed and has not entered production. Over the years, Sony has developed many films that haven’t gone into production, so there’s no guarantee Jamie Foxx’s Electro will return.

Assuming it’s a movie, if the spin-off were to make it into production, it would join the list of Sony-developed Marvel projects coming soon. We also remember Kraven the Hunter with Aaron Taylor-Johnson and the hypothetical Spider-Woman with Olivia Wilde as director. At the moment, there is no further information regarding the Electro spin-off film, but we await news on this.

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Box Office Success Could Turn The Project

The third installment of the Spider-Man trilogy starring Tom Holland as the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has turned out to be a massive success at the box office. The epic Sony finale has surpassed Avengers: Infinity War to become the second-biggest debut in Hollywood history, and the numbers feel better when concentrated on the pandemic times. 

So far, No Way Home has grossed over $600.8 million at the global box office. The fresh arrival from Marvel Studios has made some benchmarks for the other releases in this Covid-era. Looking at the fan following of Spider-Man, and the anticipation among the fans, a new project with Jamie Foxx’s Electro does not sound weird. 

The antagonist has been a popular figure in MCU, and if the reports are accurate, we can soon see a standalone Electro series or film nearby.



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