Apparently the entire not being blue factor was a giant deal for Jamie Foxx and his return as Electro in “No Manner House.” Which is sensible, contemplating the cerulean glow obscured a lot of the actor’s efficiency post-transformation in “The Wonderful Spider-Man 2.” His new “badass” look in “No Manner House” allowed Foxx to seem sans heavy-handed CGI and together with his face fully unobscured for a lot of the movie. That labored out properly for him, since he was appearing alongside one other performer he evidently felt to be the most effective to ever do it.
Talking to Marvel.com across the time “No Manner House” hit theaters, Foxx revealed his admiration for his co-stars, saying he was excited to be on set “with a few of the most unbelievable actors and actresses on the earth.” However he saved particular reward for Willem Dafoe, who famously returned to what was arguably his best-known function by reprising his Norman Osborn/Inexperienced Goblin character. In accordance with Foxx, Dafoe was a pleasure to be round whereas capturing “No Manner House,” due to his penchant for “doing jokes and all the things like that,” which evidently had the “Ray” star “on the bottom cracking up.”
Nevertheless it wasn’t simply Dafoe’s humorousness that impressed Foxx:
“Mr. Dafoe — as I’d name him — each time I walked onto set, I’d bow seven occasions [at him]. I stated, ‘I will bow seven occasions as a result of I have been watching [your movies] for years and also you’re simply wonderful.'”