Alfred Molina He confirmed that he will play the villain Doctor Octopus again, in Spider-Man: No way home, Directed by John Watts, the upcoming third installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
“When we were shooting the movie, we all got orders not to talk about it, because it was supposed to be a big secret, but, you know, it’s on the Internet. In fact, I described myself as the worst in Hollywood!” Molina said laughing during an interview with Variety .
The actor gave life to the villain in the second part of the trilogy directed by Sam Rami, in which he encounters the superhero spider superhero he plays. Toby Maguire. Now, fight again Spider ManThis time, Tom Holland.
Molina hasn’t just confirmed his involvement in Spider-Man: No way homeBut he is also happy to detail his experience making the movie and return to the role he played in 2004.
“It was amazing, it was very exciting to come back after 17 years to play the same role, because even in all these years, I already have a double chin and crow’s feet and a very slight back pain, but he’s awesome.” John Watts pointed out to me that in his world he never dies. One. “
The 67-year-old actor’s fears were more complex, as he did not know how they were going to deal with the reality of his aging, so he explained it like Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark / Iron Man) LLC Samuel Jackson Nick Fury, thanks to computer photography.
So far, the only thing known about Doctor Octopus’s appearance is that his story will continue from his last scene in Spider-Man 2That is, drowning in the sea, with the pier being destroyed after the fighting Spider Man.
at the moment, Spider-Man: No way home The premiere is scheduled for December this year.
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