Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, and Jamie Foxx reveal the motivations of Green Goblin, Doc Ock, and Electro in the film.
With Spider-Man: No Way Home With the return of Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus and Electro, the actors behind these classics Spiderman The movie’s villains reveal what exactly drives their characters in the next movie.
Appearing in the “Return of the Villains” cartoon uploaded to Spider-Man’s official YouTube channel, actors Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, and Jamie Foxx, who play Green Goblin, Doc Ock, and Electro, respectively, discussed motivations. of their respective characters. . “The Goblin believes in a world with losers and winners,” Dafoe said. “Power is all that matters.” Meanwhile, Molina mentions that Doc Ock’s story begins where audiences last saw him in 2004. Spider man 2, with the actor saying, “He’s looking for revenge.” To round out the trio of villains, Foxx explains, “Electro is like, ‘The world made me wrong. Now I have this energy, I’m going to get mine.’
20 years since his debut as Green Goblin / Norman Osborn in Sam Raimi Spiderman, Dafoe mentioned how his character will be different this time during a recent “Villain Panel” discussion. “I liked the idea that he was going back to something that was the same, but different,” he said. “It’s a return to something I did before with that kind of story, but it has a twist.” The twist Dafoe is referring to could potentially be associated with theories of a second Green Goblin appearing in No way homeas a blink moment suggests and you’ll miss it in the latest trailer for the film. Fans have speculated that this second Goblin could be Harry Osborn played by a returning James Franco, although the identity and motivations of this potential character remain a mystery.
Meanwhile, Molina will similarly reprise his role as Doc Ock after nearly two decades. Although the 68-year-old actor was initially hesitant to return to the iconic character, Molina said advances in technology have excited him to revisit an old project in a new way. Molina also spoke about what it meant to him to play a villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, saying, “The thing about villains on the ground is that, and that’s the wonderful thing about villains in the Marvel Universe, is that a lot of of them become villains almost reluctantly. Almost in spite of themselves, you know? “
Last seen in 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Foxx revealed that his decision to return to Electro was influenced by producer Amy Pascal and explained that Electro would be “a little more modern”. “[Pascal] he was explaining to me that it was going to be hot, “Foxx said,” and it didn’t have to be blue and things like that. Electro could also be friend rather than foe to the New York resident Web-Swinger this time around, as a brief preview showed the villain dressed in lights that read: “My old friend, Spider-Man.” While this comment fits the characterization of Electro in Amazing Spider-Man 2It is unclear if he is addressing the MCU Spider-Man or if he is even aware of Spidey’s multiverse counterparts.
The public will find out for themselves when Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17.
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