Few superhero movies have caused as much excitement as Spider-Man: No Way Home. And it is not for less, since if the multiple rumors that surround the film come true, we will be facing one of the most epic events in the history of entertainment. The above, of course, has to do with the multiverse and the possibility of seeing characters from the past. One of them is the Duende Verde de Willem Dafoe.
The alleged appearance of the aforementioned actor is not a minor issue because, according to various reports, the Green Goblin will be the leader of the Sinister six, the probable antagonist group of Spider-Man: No Way Home. However, What does Willem Dafoe have to say about the growing avalanche of speculation? After “keeping fans waiting” for a long time, the actor finally spoke out about it.
Willem Dafoe’s mysterious answer
In an interview with The Wrap, the actor did not want to confirm his appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. However, what is truly redeemable is that he did not deny it either. When asked if his response to the topic would be “No comment”, he quickly said “I’m afraid so.” But then he added: “I have a lot going on right now. And, you know, I feel like until a movie comes out it’s time to talk about it.”.
It is intuited, then, that it is involved in Spider-Man: No Way Home, although at the moment I cannot speak of it. Despite the above, there is no doubt that his mysterious words are a breeze of hope for the millions of fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And, mainly, of the arachnid superhero. Many wish to see Spider-Man from different universes accompanied by some of their villains.
In fact, there is an actor from the past who is already 100% confirmed to Spider-Man: No Way Home. We refer to Alfred Molina, who after filtering his signing through the film, had no choice but to corroborate the information in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Of course, to date it remains a mystery how Doctor Octopus will come back to life, as we remember that he died at the end of Spider-Man 2 (2004, Sam Reimi).