Willem Dafoe, who appeared as the Green Goblin in the Spider-Man movies that was released in the 2000s, would appear in the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home!
Spider-Man: No Way Home An incredible claim was made about the movie and it was stated that the famous actor William Dafoe will appear in the movie as the Green Goblin. It was stated that the actor, who had a great performance with the green genie character in the Spider-Man movies released in the 2000s and had a large fan base, will take part in the new movie and will be the main enemy in the movie.
Willem Dafoe could appear in Spider-Man as the Green Goblin
Jeff Sneider from Collider site said that his claim is based on solid sources and that the new Spider-Man movie will be a much bigger movie than expected. expressed. With this news made by Sneider, there are reports from different sources that the actor will take part in the Spider-Man: No Way Home movie. It has also been stated that Sony and Marvel are trying to keep this a secret and that they want it to be one of the biggest surprises in the movie.
Frankly, the minds are so confused about the new Spider-Man movie that it would be a great surprise for the actors we know to be in the movie. Because we came across many rumors that he would be in the movie, except for some finalized actors.
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As previously explained in the Spider-Man 3 movie, the multiverse story will be introduced. There were important rumors that names such as Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, who gave life to the same character in Spider-Man movies, would appear in the movie, but Tom Holland denied this, albeit with the tip of his mouth. Apart from these names, it was announced that actors such as Jamie Fox (Shocker) and Alfred Molina (Doctor Octopus) would appear in the film. It is also expected that the movie will be linked to the Multiverse of Madness, with Benedict Cumberbatch, who brought the character of Doctor Strange to life. Let us remind you that Spider-Man: No Way Home movie will be released on December 17, 2021, if there is no change.