A new post on the official viral site for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was published recently hinting at the origins of the film’s main antagonist, Electro. The post, stylized as a newspaper story for The Daily Bugle, the headline reads, “Hydroelectric Towers Set To Light Up NYC,” confirming that the aforementioned towers were being constructed by Oscorp Industries. Oscorp, as you may or may not know, is the science company behind the spider that gave Peter Parker his powers. You can see the post here.

More importantly, it’s being reported that, at least in foreign territories, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will officially be titled The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Rise of Electro. Adding subtitles to films in foreign territories isn’t an uncommon practice. However, it would be interesting to see whether or not Sony decides to include the subtitle to the film’s domestic release, keeping in line with the Disney and Marvel films’ practices (Thor: The Dark WorldCaptain America: The First Avenger, et al). Does the subtitle really affect the film? No. However, it could be one tiny step closer to maintaining a consistency across all Marvel properties, regardless of which studio is in charge of them.

[via /Film]