Spider-Man: No Way Home seems to be throwing all sorts of terrors at poor Peter Parker, as he battles new and old villains across the multiverse. According to the returning star Tom hollandIt won’t be just Peter who will have to face his fears in the Marvel sequel, with the actor revealing that coming face to face with Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus made him feel like a terrified child.
“I was obsessed with [Sam] Raimi movies. I remember seeing Alfred in his costume for the first time, and he had his glasses on and his belt, which is what his legs were attached to. And I remember, as a child, being terrified of him. “
Holland, who was just eight years old when the sequel to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 comic book hit screens, is no doubt still haunted by the sight of Molina’s supervillain trashing an operating room and terrorizing a train full of passengers. innocent with their metal. arms. Based on the most recent images of Spider-Man: No Way Home, who find Holland’s Peter Parker in the titanic grip of the Doctor’s tentacles, Alfred Molina’s triumphant return is likely to be scarier than ever. In fact, perhaps the recent vision of Spider-Man running away from Doc Ock was never planned, and was simply Holland’s natural reaction to seeing the resurrected villain …
Thanks to the recent record-breaking trailer, we now know that several of the most popular rumors surrounding Spider-Man: No Way Home they are in fact true. The MCU follow-up will return audiences to the fray, picking up after Mysterio exposes Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man at the end of 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home. With Parker’s life and reputation now turned upside down. , he turns to Dr. Stephen Strange and asks him to help him restore his secret identity with magic. Of course, as is so often the case with magic, this results in dangerous repercussions, unleashing villains from across the multiverse.
The images confirmed the return of several villains from previous Spider-Man franchises alongside Alfred Molina as Spider-man 2 Doctor Octopus. These include Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin and Jamie Foxx as Electro, with more marketing material for Spider-Man: No Way Home having caused the return of artists like Mysterio, The Sandman and The Lizard.
Director Jon Watts recently called the movie “Spider-Man: Endgame,” and the more it is revealed, the more it certainly sounds like the perfect description. “It’s Spider-Man: Endgame,” Watts said. “When the idea was first proposed to me, I was like, ‘Wow, it’d be great if we could pull it off,'” says Tom Holland of Doc Ock’s return. “‘But there’s just no way that will work. You just won’t be able to get everyone to do what they have to do. It just won’t happen.’ But it happened. And it’s crazy.”
Starring Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, JB Smoove and Benedict Wong alongside Tom Holland and Alfred Molina, Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to be released in the United States on December 17, 2021, as part of Phase Four of the MCU. This comes to us from the last issue of Empire.
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