Willem Dafoe famously starred within the first of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies because the billionaire scientist Norman Osborne, who later within the movie was the nefarious Green Goblin. When he was requested to return to the position for the most recent Spider-Man movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home, he made it clear that he had some situations.
The primary is that he needed his position be an actual half. In keeping with an older interview on Mulderville, he didn’t simply need a “energy cameo”—he needed to be there, on set, doing motion. “One of many first issues I mentioned… principally once they pitched it to me, earlier than there was even a script, was, ‘Pay attention, I don’t need to simply pop in there as a cameo or simply fill in in close-ups. I need to do the motion as a result of that’s enjoyable for me’.”
In a brand new interview with Inverse, when requested if he would return to the position, Dafoe says, “If all the things was proper, positive.” Dafoe then explains that the Norman Osborne/Inexperienced Goblin character is “an ideal position. I preferred the truth that it’s a double position each instances. Twenty years in the past, and pretty not too long ago, each instances [were] very totally different experiences, however I had fun on each.”
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