Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to release in cinemas from December 15th, 2021.
At the CCXP 2021 event in Brazil, Sony Pictures presented a live panel last night. The first official look for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. As well as this; we finally get our first interview with Willem Dafoe (Green Goblin), Alfred Molina (Doctor Octopus) and Jamie Foxx (Electro) about their return in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Tom Holland starts off by introducing an exclusive clip of the Green Goblin throwing a pumpkin bombn
The villain are returning to the roles after about 20 years for Willem, 17 years for Alfred and 7 years for Jamie.
Technology has advanced so much for these actors since Sam Raimi’s and Marc Webb’s Spider-Man movies and the actors have been able to bring their original style to something contemporary and revitalised.
“It’s a return to something I did before with that kind of history, but there’s a spin on it, and that appealed to me,” Willem Dafoe said.
Willem also added: “I don’t know how much we want to fool with spoilers, but the look’s a little different. Norman and the Goblin are further down the line and they have a few more tricks up their sleeve. There have been upgrades on the costumes, let’s say.”
Jamie Foxx is looking forward to his character getting a much needed second chance since The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014):
“I’m happy we got a brand-new start, a brand-new look… The blue, when we did it the first time… look, man, I didn’t care. I was just happy to be in this wonderful chorus … With this one, it just feels more comfortable and I think it feels more today, modern. Not trying so hard.”
Alfred Molina mentioned: “I certainly realize… wait a minute they’ve got the technology this isn’t gonna be a problem, but it’s it’s been very nice to come back to something that is, you know is familiar but at the same time completely new because the technology has moved on phenomenally since in the last couple of decades, you know, and so that’s it’s kind of still exciting.”
Sony Pictures still seem to be keeping Rhys Ifans and Thomas Haden Church’s involvement under wraps and away from press interviews, despite their characters appearing in the trailer as Lizard and Sandman.