Steven Spielberg is producing for DreamWorks Pictures. The project has the full support of the Civil Rights leader's family.
It's a rebirth of a classic as we get a new Little Orphan and her Daddy Warbucks, now shooting under the direction of Will Gluck.
In addition, the actor teases a huge spoiler for Electro in the upcoming sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Jamie Foxx believes fans will feel sorry for Max Dillon before he turns into the blue-skinned foe of Peter Parker in director Marc Webb's sequel.
The first official video of Jamie Foxx as the iconic villain is teased in a short promo for the upcoming Sony Hall H panel on Friday, July 19th.
Andrew Garfield wants Peter Parker to explore his sexuality in future sequels, while EW offers a new look at Carrie and Ender's Game.
The actor appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, where he talked about the creation of this Marvel character for the screen.
The actor wants to see what fans think of his Electro character and the costume for director Marc Webb's superhero sequel.
Roland Emmerich directs this summer action-thriller about a Washington D.C. cop trying to save the lives of his daughter and the President.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 actor is in talks to star alongside Quvenzhane Wallis in director Will Gluck's musical remake.
Production continues in New York City on director Marc Webb's highly-anticipated follow-up to The Amazing Spider-Man.
In addition, new photos have emerged from the Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane set.
The actor was spotted in Times Square on the set of director Marc Webb's superhero sequel.
The actor shows up in Times Square with blue make-up and a dirty black hoodie to shoot his scenes as the villain of this Marvel Sequel.
Michael Murphy and Jamie Foxx are included in this latest look at director Roland Emmerich's action-thriller, in theaters June 28th.
The presenters will be joined by Jamie Foxx and Paul Rudd for the awards ceremony, airing Sunday, February 24 on ABC.
The actor reveals his character Max Dillon is a nobody before he is discovered Peter Parker.
Jamie Foxx reveals that the producers want a more grounded look for this cult villain, ditching the iconic green and yellow bodysuit.
This villainous character is an electrician that gets the short end of the stick in director Marc Webb's superhero sequel.