With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 arriving on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow (August 19), we have a new featurette and a deleted scene, both of which feature Jamie Foxx as Electro. The featurette showcases the elaborate and extensive make-up process Jamie Foxx had to undergo with makeup effects artist Howard Berger. The actor also explains how Electro's voice has changed after he is turned into a super villain, with his vocal chords burned during an electrical accident.

In addition, we also have a deleted scene which introduces fans to Max Dillon's cranky mother, who isn't exactly supportive of anything Max does.

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Blu-ray & DVD Bonus Features Include:

  • 4 All-New Deleted Scenes with Commentary by Marc Webb
  • - Filmmaker Commentary
  • - Alicia Keys "It's On Again" music video

Exclusively Available on Blu-ray:

  • 9 Additional Deleted Scenes with Commentary by Marc Webb, including "Peter Meets His Father"
  • - "The Wages of Heroism: Making The Amazing Spider-Man 2," featuring revealing, in-depth segments including:
  • - "Lessons Learned: Development and Direction" - Filmmakers and cast discuss their approach to the sequel and their efforts to make it the best Spider-Man yet.
  • - "Heart of the City: Shooting in New York" - A behind-the-scenes look at the film's unprecedented access to New York City during production.
  • - "Triple Threat: Attack of the Villains" - An inside look at the development of Spider-Man's fearsome foes, Electro, the Green Goblin and Rhino.
  • - "A More Dangerous World: Transforming Electro and the Green Goblin" - From make-up to costuming, see what it took to transform Jamie Foxx and Dane DeHaan into their fearsome alter-egos.
  • - "A Bolt From the Blue: Visual Effects" - Sony Pictures Imageworks artists and animators show how they created the gravity defying, web-slinging and pumped-up action in the new film.
  • - "Spidey Gets His Groove Back: Music and Editing" - Learn how the film's soundtrack and score came together in this behind-the-scenes look at jam sessions with Composer Hans Zimmer and the team of master musicians he assembled, including Pharrell Williams, Johnny Marr, Michael Einziger and more.