Jamie Foxx imagines that Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin is the scariest villain in Marvel’s impending film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. No Way Home is the third Spider-Man film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and is one of the most expected tentpole blockbuster arrivals of 2021. The film is set to include a large group of entertainers from past Spider-Man franchises (for example the two separate progressions coordinated by Sam Raimi and Marc Webb individually), including Alfred Molina as Doc Ock, Foxx as Electro, and Dafoe as the Green Goblin. While Dafoe was supposed to be appended to the film for quite a while, Sony as of late affirmed the entertainer’s return formally.
In another video presented on the authority Spider-Man YouTube account, Foxx clarifies why he believes Dafoe’s Green Goblin is the most scary villain highlighted in No Way Home. He says that Dafoe’s performance “appears to be close to home,” in contrast to his own person, Electro, whose outrage is coordinated “to the world.” Check out the entertainer’s full statement underneath:
“It’s insane in light of the fact that we’ve quite recently been watching Willem and it appears to be close to home. Since with Electro, it’s to the world. The world treated me terribly. In any case, when something is close to home – and you can go right back to Shakespeare – when something is close to home, there’s nothing that can beat that. No matter what ensemble you put on, no matter what you say. At the point when he talks, he has the power. It’s own. Also any time you can persuade a person to be close to home in the film, it has the most weight.”
Notwithstanding lauding Marvel’s adjustments to Electro, Foxx himself can’t resist the urge to surrender the title of “scariest villain” to Dafoe. Sam Raimi’s shock sensibilities assumed a critical part in featuring Dafoe’s capacity to depict evil characters in the first Spider-Man set of three. Despite the fact that Raimi is right now bustling coordinating Doctor Strange 2, Foxx’s remarks demonstrate that Dafoe is acquiring his A-game Spider-Man: No Way Home.