New Closer Look For Dafoe’s Green Goblin In Spider-Man: No Way Home

New Closer Look For Dafoe's Green Goblin

A new poster for Spider-man: No Way Home revealed a closer look for Dafoe’s Green Goblin de-masked. See Willem Dafoe as the Green Goblin in this poster, which shows off only the second distinct outfit he’s worn in the character since it was created over two decades ago.

New Closer Look For Dafoe's Green Goblin

Dafoe’s Green Goblin will be the main villain of Spider-Man: No Way Home. The Green Goblin is definitely an iconic presence in No Way Home as Spider-first Man’s cinematic nemesis, and Willem Dafoe’s return as Norman Osborn opens up a slew of fascinating possibilities. The first concern is how he can still be alive after Osborn’s death in Spider-Man 2002. It’s possible that Tom Holland’s Peter and Doctor Strange visit the Multiverse early in Spider-Man 2002, or that time travel miraculously restored or prevented the Goblin from dying in the first place. Interfering with the Multiverse may have altered the events of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films, and Tobey Maguire from the first Spider-Man film, as well as Andrew Garfield from The Amazing Spider-Man, is speculated to feature in No Way Home.

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New Closer Look For Dafoe's Green Goblin

Despite the fact that the Spider-Man: No Way Home poster only gives a hazy glimpse of Greem Goblin, it’s clear that it’s Willem Dafoe’s version, complete with metallic helmet and glider, rather than James Franco’s second-generation Goblin from Spider-Man 3 or Dane DeHann’s divisive version from The Amazing Spider-Man 2. While fans adored Willem Dafoe’s portrayal of Norman Osborn in Spider-Man 2002, the Green Goblin costume was always divisive, but the No Way Home version looks to be quite faithful to the original design, albeit with a few tweaks. And, based on the poster, his glider looks to be different from the Raimi version.

SOURCE: DIRECT

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Andrew Conor is a News Writer for Maxblizz, Andrew is a fan of Marvel and DC comics and films.

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