Spider-Man 3: No Way Home’ Another Actor Confirms He Is Not Returning!

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star Dane DeHaan says he wouldn’t be interested in returning as the Green Goblin

The actor, Dane DeHaan, known for playing Harry Osborn / Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 from Sony, says he would return to the role media rumors of a crossover between different franchises Spiderman.

The film, a follow-up to The Amazing Spider-Man, saw Peter Parker try to juggle his personal life and heroic life as various villains rose to put an end to the cobweb thrower.

DeHaan gave a unique take on the Green Goblin, featuring a significantly different design than previous versions, as well as a more personal motivation for his hatred for Spider-Man.

The first film was meant to eventually develop an extended universe for the Spider-Man properties owned by Sony, but not only did it work to establish a sequel, but it also spurred the creation of Spider-Man’s most powerful team of villains, The Sinister Six.

However, after the film failed to live up to the standard set by the predecessor and the expectations of fans, Sony decided to take the franchise in a new direction.

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DeHaan talks about the Amazing Spider-Man 2.

DeHaan, who currently stars in the new series Lisey’s Story of Apple TV +, ComicBook spoke about his views on returning to the character that we present.

When The Amazing Spider-Man 2 actor was asked if he was offered the opportunity to reprise his roles as the Green Goblin or take on a new project, DeHaan stated:

“I definitely hope to start something new, for sure. What excites me is always doing new things, and I’m sure something like this will come again in my life, and I’m excited to see what it is.”

Currently, this is the golden age for actors who want to return to their previous roles in the comics. Of JK Simmons reappears as the media icon infamous J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Also, Jamie Foxx returns as Electro, whom he portrayed in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Alfred Molina takes up the mantle of Doctor Octopus for Spider-Man: No Way Home, there has never been one more. the clear desire for nostalgia in the MCU.

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Since the MCU’s extension is a dominant piece of both Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, a reentry path could be made for anyone with a desire to return.

DeHaan, however, looks for unique projects and different characters. The setback of losing a movie after Amazing Spider-Man 2 propelled his career in a new direction.

He has gone on to star in a variety of movies, series, and even a different comic book adaptation. In terms of his acting, DeHaan is trying to look forward, not back.

Although there are fans who enjoyed the Green Goblin version of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, DeHaan’s part is not essential to moving the universe forward. With him expressing little desire to return, audiences shouldn’t expect to see him in a Marvel blockbuster anytime soon.

 

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