Spider-Man No Way Home: Green Goblin looks very different!

When the new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home appeared, he immediately sparked numerous theories about the individual characters. Especially the bad guy Green Goblin and his costume were the focus. However, one of the questions should now have been resolved. Make sure of that a new poster of the superhero movie.

The Green Goblin in Spider-Man: No Way Home

The artwork logically shows the most important characters like Doctor Strange, MJ and of course Spider-Man himself. Around them the numerous villains can be seen. Next to Doctor Octopus, Electro and the Lizard there is also der Green Goblin honor on his glider. However, it seems to have a different look than in the most recent trailer.

The Twitter channel Fandom got to the bottom of the matter a little more closely and has greatly enlarged the corresponding image section. It can be seen that the Green Goblin is not in his armor, but wears a hooded cloak. Furthermore, the face can be recognized, which clearly shows the features of the actor Willem Dafoe wearing. Accordingly, it should now be finally clear that in Spider-Man: No Way Home not Harry Osborne, but his father Norman Osborne appears as the Green Goblin.

Which is featured in Spider-Man: No Way Home?

The Super Villains return more actors from the earlier Spider-Man films. So hatch Alfred Molina again in the role of Doctor Octopus, while Jamie Foxx als Max Dillion alias Electro will be seen. In addition, there is a persistent rumor that with a comeback of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire is to be expected as a Spider-Man variant. At latest on December 16, 2021 we will know. then Spider-Man: No Way Home comes to the cinema.

Those: Twitter

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