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While Tom Holland's Spider-Man has memorably gone up against the likes of Vulture and Mysterio in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the big villain all us fans want him to green goblin actor face is the Green Goblin. One of Spidey's most dangerous and chaotic antagonists, the Green Goblin, whether in goblin form or simply as businessman Norman Osborn, has so much potential as an adversary not just to Peter Parker but the entire MCU as a whole. RELATED: Spider-Man: 5 Moments That Prove He Should Lead The Avengers (& 5 Moments That Green goblin actor He Shouldn't) Question is though, who could play him?

Willem Dafoe played the role pitch-perfectly in 2002's Spider-Man, so not green goblin actor does a new actor have to live up to that performance but also take into consideration what else can be done with this character.

There's no shortage of talented actors working today though, and we've compiled a list of actors who we think could green goblin actor the role out of the park. So here's Green Goblin: 10 Actors Who Could Glide and Strike Fear in the MCU. 10 Dominic West An underrated English actor who's given a plethora of great performances, West would do a great job in the role of Oscorp's founder. West isn't a stranger to Marvel films, having played the over-the-top villain Jigsaw in Punisher: War Zone, though that film isn't considered one of Marvel's best.

He'd be better suited for Norman, where his smug charm (as seen in roles on The Wire, The Affair, and Money Monster) could work to make Osborn as lovably detestable as he can be, but West has shown he can be intense green goblin actor the time calls for it, which would work well for when Norman is at his most unhinged.

9 Jason Isaacs Isaacs has long been a fan-favorite to play Green Goblin, and for good reason: he excels at playing charismatic yet ruthlessly evil characters, from Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films to Colonel William Tavington in The Patriot. Those traits would certainly lend themselves to an entertaining and complex antagonist in the MCU.

Isaacs also isn't a stranger to superhero films, at least in the animated variety: he voiced Sinestro (another role he's been suggested for) in 2011's Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, as well as Superman himself in the recently released Superman: Red Son. We think it's time he made the jump to live-action superhero films as the Green Goblin. 8 Bryan Cranston Often considered one of the most talented actors working today, Cranston is a favorite of many fan castings for either DC or Marvel properties.

While he's been suggested for the likes of Commissioner Gordon and Professor Xavier in the past, it's the Green Goblin that fans most want to see him portray. RELATED: Breaking Bad: 10 Times Walter White Legitimately Scared Us Anyone who's seen Cranston's role as Walter White on Breaking Bad knows what the actor could bring to the role green goblin actor Spider-Man's arch-nemesis. That ability to go from calm and meticulous in one minute to explosive anger in the next is the key to Norman's character, and Cranston is one of the few able to do it with ease.

7 Andrew Lincoln It's a shame that Lincoln hasn't gotten much work recently outside of The Walking Dead because he's an astonishingly talented actor who deserves more roles in bigger projects. One such role could be Osborn, if the opportunity ever came in his direction. If his TWD co-stars Jon Bernthal and Danai Gurira can join the MCU, surely Lincoln can also.

RELATED: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About James Cameron’s Canceled Spider-Man Movie As Rick Grimes, Lincoln often gave off a commanding sense of leadership, as well as powerful anger and physicality in his more intense moments; each of these traits would serve green goblin actor in playing both Norman and Green Goblin.

6 James Nesbitt The critically acclaimed Irish actor who (outside of The Hobbit trilogy and the Starz/BBC One drama The Missing) unfortunately hasn't broken big outside of the UK. Nesbitt would be a dark horse pick for Gobby, but a very welcome one. His starring role on the 2007 miniseries Jekyll gives us an inkling of how he'd do in the role.

As Tom Jackman's Hyde-esque alter ego, Nesbitt was effectively ruthless, unpredictable, sadistic, and unexpectedly funny. Seeing him bring those electric traits to the MCU would make for an amazing and creepy antagonist, and could open up more career opportunities for him in the U.S. going forward. 5 Matthew Rhys The Americans star Rhys has won acclaim for his role on the show as Phillip Jennings, a KGB officer posing as a married father of two in 1980s Virginia.

It's in this role that the Wales-born actor has exuded an air of magnetic charisma and fierce, often fiery determination in getting what he wants. It's also his chameleon-like ability to change accents and mannerisms at the drop of a hat that proves to us he'd be able to handle the roles of both Norman and Green Goblin.

4 Damian Lewis Lewis has proved his mettle as an immensely talented actor, as seen from his roles in two Showtime series, Homelandand Billions. It's in both of those roles, as USMC Sergeant Nicholas Brody and hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod respectively, that he's displayed not only an arresting sense of charisma and showmanship but also an ability to be effectively creepy and explosively short-tempered. While he's been avoiding the call of comic book movies, the complex dual nature of the Green Goblin could certainly lure an actor of Lewis's caliber.

Plus, it would reunite him with Tom Holland, who Lewis previously worked with on the BBC miniseries adaptation of Wolf Hall. 3 Oscar Isaac Isaac's last venture into superhero territory was as the titular villain in X-Men: Apocalypse, where he (like the rest of the cast) was victim to a not-so-great script, not to mention a large and cumbersome suit in his case.

If he's willing to give the genre another shot, another villain more deserving of his talents would no doubt be Osborn and his cackling, pumpkin bomb-throwing alter ego.

RELATED: Oscar Isaac's 10 Best Movies, According To Rotten Tomatoes While Isaac's a bit younger than some of the other entries on this list, his role in Ex Machina shows that he's no stranger to playing shady scientist types, and he's no doubt got it covered when it comes to darkly charismatic or unhinged roles either. 2 Antony Starr Starr gives a mesmerizing performance as Homelander on Amazon Prime's adaptation of The Boys; a nightmare mirror image of Superman, Homelander is equal parts manipulative, self-centered, and carelessly sociopathic, all hidden under a veil of old school Americana and goodwill.

Starr remained a scary yet engaging presence, one it would be wise to hang a character like the Green Goblin on. 1 Michael C. Hall The Dexter star is more than capable of green goblin actor this role and giving us one of the best antagonists the MCU has to offer.

As Dexter Morgan, he managed to effortlessly combine a charming, likable facade with an intense, often frightening demeanor when satisfying his urge to kill. As the antagonist in Gamer, he was one of the film's bright spots as an equally playful and sadistic character with shades of the Goblin there. It's a shame that Hall hasn't gotten that many roles recently, as he's a phenomenal actor deserving of more roles to unleash his versatile chops.

Playing Norman Osborn/Green Goblin in the MCU would certainly be one we'd pick. NEXT: Spider-Man: Tom Holland’s 10 Best Movies (According To IMDb) " The one thing they love more than a hero is to see a hero fail, fall, die green goblin actor. In spite of everything you've done for them, eventually, they will hate you." ―The Green Goblin [src] Green Goblin ( Norman Osborn) is the main antagonist of Spider-Man and Spider-Man: No Way Home. He is a rich industrialist and the founder of Oscorp Technologies, while he is the alter ego of Norman Osborn, the founder and CEO of Oscorp and the father of Harry Osborn, who befriended Peter Parker.

After being exposed to the Goblin Serum, Norman is driven to insanity, causing his mind to split in two, creating his alternative persona, the Green Goblin.

A complete parallel to himself, Green Goblin takes over Norman, driving him to kill and destroy anybody and everything until he becomes obsessed with destroying Spider-Man and everything he cares about, becoming his archenemy and the one foe who keeps haunting him even after death. Years later, the Green Goblin is accidentally transported to a different universe, where he teams up with other supervillains, from his home universe and from an alternate one, who shared the same fate.

Not wanting to go back to a world where he's doomed to die, the Green Goblin decides to target this world's version of Spider-Man and his loved ones, becoming one of that Spider-Man's greatest enemies, after Mysterio. He is cured by the Peter of this universe and sent back to his world to have a second chance. He was portrayed by Willem Dafoe in Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Contents • 1 History • 1.1 Early Life • 2 Spider-Man • 2.1 Trying The Goblin Serum • 2.2 Norman Osborn Getting Fired • 2.3 Festival Fight • 2.4 Finding Out Peter Parker is Spider-Man • 2.5 The Bridge Fight • 2.6 Death • 3 Spider-Man 2 / Spider-Man 3 • 3.1 Post-Mortem • 4 Spider-Man: No Way Home • 4.1 Another Universe • 4.2 Learning of his fate • 4.3 Helping another universe Peter Parker • 4.4 Getting Cured • 5 Personalities • 5.1 Norman Osborn's Personality • 5.2 The Green Goblin's Personality • 6 Abilities and Equipment • 7 See Also • 8 Trivia History Early Life " Your mother was beautiful too, they're all beautiful until they're snarling after your trust fund like a pack of riveting wolves." ―Norman Osborn to Harry Osborn [src] Norman Osborn was born in October 11, 1945 in Massachusetts to Ambrose Osborn and an unnamed mother.

As a child, Norman did well in school. His teachers noted how his brilliance outshone that of the other kids and green goblin actor managed to skip a few grades.

His personal life, however, was less rewarding. His father, who was a failed businessman and inventor, would regularly abuse his wife and son. This likely caused Norman to further turn his attention to where he was valued: school.

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As he matured, he eventually attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and graduated in 1963 at the age of 18. He set a new record for MIT as their youngest graduate. Hs academic accomplishments made green goblin actor think he was destined for greatness, and he set to work founding a firm known as Oscorp Technologies. At first it seemed all was well, and Norman moved to New York City and purchased a palatial residence with his early profits. He also married a woman named Emily. However, there were signs that Norman was doomed to be the same failure his father was.

In 1966, the company suffered a downturn, and Norman had to mortgage his residence and make use of every line of credit he could to keep the company afloat. By the 1970s, the scientists who worked at Oscorp privately questioned Norman's ability to run his own company, and several were concerned their own careers green goblin actor endangered as the future of the company remained in doubt. In 1983, Norman had spent two entire workdays on the phone trying to dissuade board members from staging a boardroom coup.

In June of 1984, Harry was born but his wife died later on his son was known to flunk every fancy Private School he was sent to until he went to Midtown High School. Spider-Man Trying The Goblin Serum Norman attempted to recreated a Super Soldier Serum; however, Oscorp began to struggle, with Osborn's promised performance-enhancing serum for a military contract having been hit with setbacks, not the least of which being that rodents that it had been tested on have displayed violence, aggression, and insanity.

General Slocum of the United States Army visits Oscorp to see the results of their new super soldier formula. When one of Norman's top scientists, Dr. Stromm warns him the formula is unstable, General Slocum threatens to pull all of the military's funding from Oscorp. Later that night, Norman exposes himself to the formula as its first human trial, gains superhuman strength and agility but is driven partially insane and kills Stromm then steals two other Oscorp inventions, an exoskeleton suit, and a jet glider.

The following morning, Osborn was out unconscious on the floor in his mansion until Harry woke him up. Unfortunately, Osborn doesn't know why he was on the floor and can't seem to remember what happen that night. However, after learning that Stromm is dead, he is shocked. One day, he hears an evil laughter in his house, much to his confusion. Another night, Slocum visits Quest Aerospace, Oscorp's chief competitor, to view their progress towards the contract.

While viewing a demonstration of a new battlesuit, a menacing figure wearing the stolen Oscorp exoskeleton and riding the jet glider attacks a weapons test at Quest Aerospace. Their prototype is destroyed and General Slocum is killed.

Norman Osborn Getting Fired Norman basks in his company's eventual success: Quest has to reorganize after the debacle that killed Slocum, Oscorp has been given more government contracts and the company's stock is soaring.

He allows Harry and Peter to be roommates in a loft he got for them. He is crestfallen to learn the board of directors has chosen this moment to green goblin actor a buyout offer from Quest and he would lose his job.

His insane aggression manifests itself in a split personality: the driven yet confused Norman, and the murderous, scheming villain who will soon become known as "The Green Goblin". Festival Fight " Out, Am I?!" ―Norman to the Board Members, before killing them. [src] As The Green Goblin, he goes to attack Oscorp's annual Unity Day street fair as he throws a pumpkin bomb to explode a hotel, making the balcony fall off.

He then throws another pumpkin bomb that kills the Board of Directors to green goblin actor the sell out.

Then, Spider-Man fights off The Green Goblin and saves the day. The Green Goblin attacking the Unity Day Festival. That next day, Norman discovers the Green Goblin existences as he finds out that he is his alter ego, due to the accident in the laboratory.

Also, Norman becomes horrified that he killed Oscorp board members while under the influence of the Goblin. Norman's evil side then manipulates him into believing that he and Spider-Man should work together as partners. He attacks The Daily Bugle offices, threatening J. Jonah Jameson to tell him who took Spider-Man's photos, though Jameson refused to tell him in order to protect Peter.

Spider-Man arrives and The Green Goblin uses gas to render him unconscious, causing the human web-slinger to fall but The Goblin catches him and takes him to a nearby New York building.

The Green Goblin offers Spider-Man a chance of partnership then leaves, giving Spider-Man a few days to think over his offer of partnership. He did warn Spider-Man the city will eventually turn against him, and that they should rule it together.

Goblin stood corrected as The Daily Bugle did say Spider-Man was a criminal and wanted him arrested.

Finding Out Peter Parker is Spider-Man A few days later, on Thanksgiving, The Green Goblin stages a fire in an apartment building to get an answer from Spider-Man. Spider-Man refuses to join forces with Goblin, and the two fight.

They are evenly matched, although Goblin uses his razor bats and gains a slight advantage. Spider-Man received a bad cut on his arm from one of razor bats. Green Goblin fighting against Spider-Man. Despite the injury, Spider-Man gets the upper hand in hand-to-hand combat before escaping, due to Goblin being too strong, leaving Goblin in disappointment from Spider-Man's choice.

As Norman and Peter respectively, The Green Goblin and Spider-Man are due at Peter and Harry's green goblin actor for Thanksgiving dinner. They each race back separately. When Peter arrives to dinner with fresh blood from the cut on his sleeve, Norman then realizes that Peter is Spider-Man and hastily leaves. On his way out, he insults Harry's girlfriend Mary Jane and she leaves angrily too, hurt that Harry didn't defend her after what Norman had said.

Before his plan to finish Spider-Man, Norman contemplates with Goblin, saying he can't go through with it as he doesn't want to hurt Peter, but the Goblin says that Spider-Man has to be stopped. The Goblin has a plan to attack Spider-Man's loved ones as a way to easily distract him and defeat him.

The Bridge Fight That night, The Green Goblin attacks Aunt May at her home, sending her to the hospital. After learning from Harry, who broke up with Mary Jane, that Peter loves her more than anything, the Green Goblin then decides to strike at Spider-Man through her.

He kidnaps Mary Jane from her home, then sabotages a trolley car along the Roosevelt Bridge. Spider-Man arrives and The Green Goblin gives him the choice of saving either Mary Jane or the trolley car, then drops them both from the bridge. However, Spider-Man manages to save both, with assistance from a passing barge and pedestrians on the bridge who pelt The Green Goblin with debris and delay him from his attempts to kill Spider-Man.

Now furious, Goblin grabs Spider-Man using a cable cord and throws him into an abandoned Smallpox hospital so no one will interfere. After Spider-Man crashes through the building, The Green Goblin throws a pumpkin bomb into the building, severely injuring and weakening him.

After hopping off his glider he reels his yellow shades back and looks at his struggling adversary trying to recover with his identity revealed from the ripped mask. The Goblin shows pity on Spider-Man for betraying his proposal; he begins the battle by intercepting Peter's block and punches him in the chest where his spider symbol is.

With Spider-Man injured, this gives The Green Goblin green goblin actor chance to brutally beat Spider-Man, with him utilizing strength and agility he's easily able to fight and not even get so much as a scratch without needing weapons or bombs. Goblin's trident. Green Goblin nearly wins when he taunts how he will finish off Mary Jane with a painful and slow death. The Goblin draws a shiny green trident and tries to kill Spider-Man but struggles, but what Goblin said about M.J enraged Spider-Man and regains his strength, stamina, and senses and viciously beats the Green Goblin into submission included by pulling a nearby brick wall above him, but stops after Norman pleads him to stop and takes off his Goblin helmet to reveal himself.

Peter is shocked to learn that the evil Green Goblin is Norman. Death " Peter. Don't tell Harry." ―Norman's last words. [src] Norman telling Peter not to hurt him. Norman reasons with Peter that it was the serum and the evil side of green goblin actor that made him turn to crime. However, the Green Goblin is controlling his jet glider and attempts to stab Spider-Man with it, but he leaps out of the way, since his spider-senses has been regained, just before it collides with him.

Norman is impaled and killed as a result; before his death he begs Peter not to tell Harry of his misdeeds, while Peter is left depressed due to losing a father figure and Harry's father. Spider-Man takes Norman's body back to his penthouse apartment. He returns the Goblin gear back to Norman's secret lair. He places his body on a sofa, but Harry sees them and thus blames Spider-Man for Norman's green goblin actor.

At his father's funeral, he vows revenge and thanks Peter for being such a great friend. Spider-Man 2 / Spider-Man 3 Post-Mortem Norman appearing in one of Harry's hallucinations. Few years after Spider-Man's defeat of Green Goblin, Peter's true identity as Spider-Man is revealed to Harry. Subsequently Norman appears in a hallucination in a mirror to Harry, demanding him to seek vengeance against Peter in a similar fashion to how King Hamlet haunted his son to avenge him in Shakespeare's play.

Harry refuses leading to Norman calling him weak. Enraged, Harry broke the mirror, revealing the secret Goblin lair, and therefore his father's true identity. Months later, Norman's hallucination returns to encourage his son to again destroy Spider-Man. This time Harry acts on his father's words and dons the Oscorp gear and glider as "The New Goblin" and attacks Peter, but is knocked out and suffers from immediate memory loss, forgetting his promise to Norman for revenge.

In time, Harry has flashbacks and remembers Peter's alter-ego. He again sees his father in the mirror, telling him this time to attack Peter's heart. He threatens Mary Jane and blackmails her into breaking up with Peter, then lies that he was the one she dumped him for. Later, Peter shows up at the penthouse to confront Harry (secretly donning the symbiote version of his Spiderman suit).

Peter attacks Harry after be boasts about kissing Mary Jane. Harry finds that he is no match this time for the enhanced Peter and is defeated. While sitting beaten up against the 2 all in his Goblin Lair, he asks if Peter is going to kill him as he did with his father.

Peter lements he's done trying to convince Harry of his innocence and boasted of how Norman never truly loved Harry. When he tries to throw a Pumpkin Bomb at Green goblin actor as he's walking away but Peter dodges and deflect it back at Harry.

The pumpkin bomb goes off against the wall next to Harry's face but doesn't kill him, instead disfiguring half of his face. Later the Oscorp Penthouse butler Bernard tells Harry that Spider-Man was not to blame for his father's death and that the wounds were from his own glider. He subsequently drops his father's vendetta, then aids Peter against The Sandman and Venom at the cost of his own life. Before he dies, he forgave Peter for Norman's death.

Spider-Man: No Way Home Another Universe " Coward. We have a new world to conquer. You make me sick." "Leave me alone. Please." "Hiding in the shadows. Hiding from who you truly are!" "No!" "You can't escape yourself!" ―The Green Goblin taunting Norman Osborn. [src] In another universe, Doctor Strange tried casting a spell that would make everyone in his universe forget that his Peter Parker was Spider-Man, but his attempt failed when the latter tampered with it.

Through the failed spell, Norman Osborn/the Green Goblin were brought back to life and arrived in the other universe. Due to being pulled before his final battle with his Spider-Man, Norman was under the control of the Green Goblin as he attacked that universes Spider-Man and Doctor Green goblin actor before they were teleported away.

Later, The Green Goblin flew to a military base outside of New York City where he was witness by a few people. Unfortunately, the Green Goblin lost control of Norman when the latter reclaimed control of his body and mind from him. However, not recognizing New York City, Norman became scared and confused of his new surroundings, but the Green Goblin realized that they're in another universe.

Realizing that he can cause more chaos in the new universe than he ever could in his, the Green Goblin decided to conquer it. However, hearing his alternate identity's intentions and realizing how truly evil he is, Norman decided to turn against the Green Goblin and retreated to an alleyway in order to get rid of his glider so he wouldn't cause further destruction.

Unfortunately, the Green Goblin catches on to Norman's intentions as he taunts him and calls him a coward then tells him that they have a new world to conquer. Hearing the Green Goblin's voices, Norman turns to his mask as he tells him that his helplessness was making him sick while he begged his alter ego to leave him alone. Also, the Green Goblin tells Norman that he's hiding from who he truly is and he can't escape himself.

Scared and having enough of the Green Goblin, Norman smashed his mask and ran away while his alter ego laughs. Shortly after escaping the Green Goblin, Norman finds an of Spider-Man for F.E.A.S.T. as he heads over there to find him and asks him for green goblin actor, thinking that he was his Peter Parker, as he wondered into the building where he meets the current universe May Parker as she gave him some clothes to hide his Green Goblin costume along with some food and coffee.

After the current universe Spider-Man arrived, Norman meets that universe Peter Parker as May introduced her nephew to him. Seeing Spider-Man without his mask, Norman realized that he isn't his Peter Parker and the May Parker he's been with is another version of the latter's aunt. Norman tells the two Parkers that the reason he came to F.E.A.S.T.

was because he had nowhere else to go, due to someone else living at his house and Oscorp or Harry Osborn not existing. Also, Norman tells green goblin actor Parkers that sometimes he isn't himself and he would be someone else, the Green Goblin.

In addition, Norman tells the Parkers that every time the Green Goblin was in control of him, he can't remember his actions, then tells them that he's now here at this place and in this city. When May asked him who was in control of him, Norman, in a panic, told her that he doesn't know what's going with him, but calmed down. Learning of his fate After being explained that he's in another universe and feeling he can trust this one version of Peter Parker, Norman goes with him to the New York Sanctum as May drops them off.

Norman was introduced to Peter's friends Ned and MJ. Recognizing the initials, Norman asked MJ if her name was short for Mary Jane but she corrects him that her name was short for Michelle Jones.

Amazed by the new universe, Norman goes to where the other misplaced villains were being held prisoners. Seeing one with mechanical tentacles, Norman approached his cells where he immediately recognized him as his friend and fellow scientists Otto Octavius, who was stunned to see him.

Norman was shocked to see the tentacles on Otto's back as he asked him what happened to him while he tells him that he's the walking corpse. Confused, Norman asked Otto what he was talking about as he tells him that he died many years prior.

Realizing that he isn't Otto Octavius, Norman tells Doctor Octopus that he's insane and the other universe Peter Parker, who overhear their conversation, defended him, but Sandman confirms to the two that what Doctor Octopus was saying was true. Also, Norman and the other universe Peter Parker were surprised to hear that Doctor Octopus also died. Hearing this, Norman looks at the other universe Peter Parker to see if it was true but he was just as shock then he was.

Norman then listens to Sandman tell him how he died in their universe, which shocked him. However, before he could process this information, Norman witness Doctor Strange appear as he puts him in one of the prisons then finds out his intentions to return him and green goblin actor rest of the villains back to their universes.

Not wanting to die and worried about the impact it would have on Harry, Norman calls out to the current universe Peter Parker for help, which he hears and stops Strange from sending them back.

After Spider-Man imprisoned Doctor Strange in the mirror dimension, Norman listens to his intentions to help him and the rest of the villains be cure of their issues. Hearing this, Norman decided to help the current universe Peter Parker in curing himself and the other villains, especially his friend Otto Octavius, before going back to their universe's.

After Peter's friends have left, Norman and the rest of the villains were set free from their prisons by Spider-Man and was picked up by his aunt May. Helping another green goblin actor Peter Parker Once arriving at a friend of the Parker's apartment, Norman was amazed by the current technology in the new universe as he checked out a robot hand. Norman then heard Doctor Octopus' tell the other universe Peter Parker of his doubts in his plan and was stunned to hear him say that he was gonna kill them all.

Despite Doctor Octopus' doubts, Norman still wanted to help the other universe Peter Parker and was happy to hear that he's was gonna work on getting Otto Octavius back. Norman follows the other universe Peter Parker to the back as he shows him a fabricator and was explained how it works. While helping Peter with Otto, Norman discovered that his friend made a chip that was design to protect his higher brain function and prevented the tentacles from controlling him.

Also, Norman was explained by Peter that Otto's current chip was fried and the tentacles were controlling his friend as he realized as to why he wasn't the friend he remembered. Seeing the current universe Peter Parker characteristics, intelligence, and skills, Norman was impressed by him and sees his Peter Parker in him. Also, Norman comments the technology and Peter's intelligence, even offering the latter a job in Oscorp if he was willing to commute to another universe, as he watches him make the new chip for Otto.

After making a new chip for Otto, Norman goes to watch Peter put it on his friends neck and tells him that the latter's plan will work and have faith. However, Norman was taken aback when Doctor Octopus reminded him of his actions that turned himself into a monster, Green Goblin. After Peter install the new chip on Otto's neck, Norman became worried when his friend lost consciousness, but was relief when he woke up. Norman called out too Otto in order to be sure if it was truly him and not Doctor Octopus.

Hearing Otto's assurances that's he truly back to his old self again, Norman was relived to have his friend back and excited that he decided to help him alongside their new friend. While working with Otto, Norman was asked by his friend on how it would feel to be whole again as he tells him that it was gonna be great. However, little did Otto know, Norman was taken over by the Green Goblin again as he tried to remain undetected until the current universe Peter Parker sensed his presence through his spider sense as he comments that it was a unique trick he had in discovery him.

The Green Goblin convinced the rest of the uncured the villains to turn on the main reality Peter Parker. Then, the Green Goblin fights Spider-Man as their fight caused the building to collapse and ended up killing the current universe Peter Parker's Green goblin actor May, who tried to cure him and save his nephew's life, as he left the scene through his Glider. Getting Cured Later, the Green Goblin tried to take the box that was containing the spell but was stopped by Otto and Doctor Strange.

However, the Green Goblin put one of his pumpkin bombs in the box and exploded then battles the current universe Spider-Man again. The Green Goblin was pleased that Spider-Man was willing to kill him and they green goblin actor until he was on the verge to be impale green goblin actor his own glider, just like how he died the first time.

However, the Green Goblin/Norman was saved when his universe Spider-Man, who knows that Osborn's actions weren't his doing but his alter ego's, stopped him from killing him but was non-fatally stabbed in the back by him. After the current universe Spider-Man and another version of him cured him using an antiserum created by the Goblin's own Spider-Man, Norman was finally freed from his altar ego for good. Seeing the current universe Peter Parker and his own on the ground, Norman was horrified of what he has done.

When Doctor Strange was working on casting a new spell that will make everyone in that universe forget their Peter Parker, Norman, Otto, Flint and their Peter Parker were sent home just before the spell was completed, with his fate changed. Personalities Norman Osborn's Personality Norman Osborn is a confident, appealing, and full of integrity. While a caring dad to Harry, somehow, he completely ignores him at times and is incredibly always devoted to Oscorp.

However, Norman does show a greed and misguided side green goblin actor his personality as he'll stop at nothing to keep Oscorp from going out of business, which led him to develop a second personality. Although, Norman's greed and misguided could be from his own board of directors, especially when they decided to buy out Oscorp without telling him in order to make more money.

Also, Norman can sometimes be pushed around by his own board members and the military, as they put a lot of pressure on him, which could led to desperation to finish his word up as quickly as possible. However, despite his flaws, Norman deep down truly has a good heart as some of his intentions to those around him were good and well meaning. Even though Harry apathetically thinks that his father only does everything for himself, Norman shows that despite him being shallow at times and even a bit heartless, he really does love his son.

He only wishes for him to walk in his footsteps, which he does later on. Norman does support Harry as he came to his high school graduation and did show how proud he was of him.

After his son green goblin actor his father about MJ and Peter's intimacy, Norman apologizes for green goblin actor always being there for Harry, promising to be better, and the two share a meaningful hug. Norman also cares about those who are closest to him as he was shocked that his colleague and fellow scientist, Dr. Stromm, was killed, even though he caused his death while under the Green Goblin's control.

Norman took a quick green goblin actor to Peter Parker because of his intelligence and even offers some support for him, after his Uncle Ben was killed. Also, Norman was extremely grateful to Peter for treating Harry like family and for helping him get through high school.

Norman even offered Peter a job at Oscorp, after he got fired from a different one, due to his double life as Spider-Man, and respect his decision when he declined his offer. In addition, Norman was reluctant to hurt Peter when he finds out that he's Spider-Man, which shows that he has come to see him as family just like his son does. After revealing himself as the Green Goblin and before dying, Norman with complete trust in Peter had him promises not to tell Harry of his alter ego and the trouble he caused.

At first, Norman was unaware of the Green Goblin existences as he had no memory of his accident and actions while under his control. However, after the Oscorp unity day festival, Norman meets the Green Goblin as he was in shock of what he has done while under his influences and remembers how he came to be, which led him to feel guilty for turning himself into a monster.

Despite being horrified of what he has done as the Green Goblin, Norman is unable to stop him, due to the latter's strong control over his mind and actions. However, Norman green goblin actor up scumming to the Green Goblin's will and the more he did the more he lost himself. In No Way Home, Norman was terrified of the Green Goblin and discovered that he wanted to cause as much chaos he can.

After realizing the truth and not wanting to cause further harm while under his control, Norman attempted to get away green goblin actor the Green Goblin by abandoning his glider and smashed his mask into pieces. Also, Norman wants to get rid of the Green Green goblin actor once and for all as he quickly goes looking for his Spider-Man for help.

In addition, Norman became broken, confused and frightened when he finds out that he everything he had wasn't there. However, while being taken care of by the alternate May Parker, Norman not only cheered up but was also shown kindness for the first time in a long time and was given a chance to see life in an entirely different perspective. Through the alternate May Parker's influences, Norman rediscovered himself again as he showed a selfless side in his character, as he offered his help to the alternate Peter Parker in curing a group of villains, especially his friend and fellow scientist Otto Octavius, of their own issues.

Also, Norman was fascinated to find out that the Multiverse was real and amazed by the technology in MCU. Similar to his relationship with his Peter, Norman took an instant liking to the other universe Peter Parker for his intelligence and kindness. The Green Goblin's Personality The Green Goblin is unlike Norman's persona, instead, it has a mind and will of its own.

The origin points to the chemical drug that Norman took, which unknowingly sprung up the malicious, delusional side of him. Signs of Goblin controlling Norman while in public; green goblin actor as insulting Aunt May, bashing Mary Jane, and even causing terror to his enemies or New York's lowly bystanders. In private, Norman was brainwashed by the Green Goblin in order to cause harm and destruction to those he think deserve it, creating danger for New York.

However, the Green Goblin believed that he was helping Norman get power and remove anyone that stood in his way. Also, the Green Goblin despises Spider-Man as he sees him a threat and attempted to cause harm to him through those who are closest to him.

Despite this, the Green Goblin did at first try to offer a partnership because he noticed that they weren't so different but his hatred for him got worse when he refused. In No Way Home, the Green Goblin sees the MCU a new world that needs conquering and wants to cause destruction in any possible way. Also, the Green Goblin can't stand Norman as he sees him a weak coward that's hiding from who he truly is and a puppet for his own needs.

However, the Green Goblin tried to get Norman to cooperate with him but he refused, which led him to go into hiding. While laying low and watching through Norman's eyes, the Green Goblin developed a strong dislike for the current universe Spider-Man because of the same characteristics he shares with his own.

Also, after seeing the current Spider-Man, Norman and Otto were closes to removing him from the scientists mind for good, the Green Goblin comes out of hiding to stop them from succeeding.

Also, similar to what he did to his Spider-Man, the Green Goblin decided to target the current universe Peter Parker through those who are closest to by killing his Aunt May in order to turn him into a killer just like him, which he almost succeeded if not for his Spider-Man.

Abilities and Equipment The Green Goblin pilots a high-tech jet glider, armed with seeking missiles and machine guns. His suit consists of green armor that cybernetic-ally connects him to his glider and weapons. He is seen using three varieties of his signature " Pumpkin Bombs": one which is a simple explosive; one that releases a bright, radioactive flash which reduces people to skeletons; and one that splits into flying, razor-bat blades.

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Rather than carrying a shoulder "bag of tricks", the weapons are contained in the glider and are ejected individually out of their storage compartment when desired. His suit is armed with knockout gas that is released from the wrists.

His suit is also linked to the Goblin Glider, allowing him to control it remotely. Green goblin has superhuman strength capable of beating Spider-Man in battle using his hand to hand combat (though Spider-Man was hurt) he can also break Spider-Mans web which is like metal really easily. He even shows strength when he punches a wall when Spider-Man ducks in the final battle and he busted the wall completely showing his strength of his blows. He has a shiny trident specifically to kill Spider-Man.

His armor protects him from majority of injuries so he 's barely being hurt or damaged from fighting unlike Green goblin actor.

It's only damaged when Spider-Man brings down a brick wall which made his suit finally experience dents and scratches. In the Spider-Man movie game, Green Goblin is able to run really fast using superspeed if the green goblin actor plays as him. It is unknown if he could be able to use this ability since it is exclusive in the game. See Also Trivia • The Green Goblin appeared in all three films in the trilogy, usually by the form of an illusion in the second and third film.

• Green Goblin is one of the very green goblin actor characters to be portrayed by the same actor in a different franchise. Willem Dafoe reprises the role of Norman Osborn/Green Goblin in Spider-Man: No Way Home. • Nicholas Cage, John Travolta, John Malkovich, Jim Carrey, Jason Issacs and Robert De Niro were considered for the role of Norman Osborn/Green Goblin before Dafoe was cast.

• In the Spider-Man movie game, the Green Goblin's death is less gruesome than in the movie. He is stabbed by his flying glider in the stomach but falls on the ground with no injuries on himself. (Possibly due to Game graphics at the time) • Norman does say one more line before dying unlike in the movie, he tells Spider-Man to tell Harry that he's sorry.

• He was the youngest graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He graduated when he was 18 years old. Raimi Film Series Films: Spider-Man - Spider-Man 2 - Spider-Man 3 Characters: Peter Parker/Spider-Man - Mary Jane Watson - Harry Osborn - J.

Jonah Jameson - Uncle Ben - Aunt May - George Stacy - Gwen Stacy - Robbie Robertson - Betty Brant - Curt Connors - Flash Thompson - Dr. Stromm - Mr. Ditkovich - Ursula Ditkovich - Maximillian Fargas - Henry Balkan - Rosalie Octavius - Hoffman - Bernard Houseman - Mr. Aziz - Bonesaw McGraw Enemies: The Green Goblin - Doctor Octopus - The Sandman - New Goblin - Venom - The Carjacker Locations: The Daily Bugle - Oscorp Technologies - Quest Aerospace - Osborn Penthouse - Goblin Lair Video Games: Spider-Man - Spider-Man 2 - Spider-Man 3
Having made over one hundred films in his legendary career, Willem Dafoe is internationally respected for bringing versatility, boldness, and daring to some of the most iconic films of our time.

His artistic curiosity in exploring the human condition leads him to projects all over the world, large and small, Hollywood films as well as Independent . See full bio » Filmography • by Year • by Job • by Ratings • by Votes • by Genre • by Keyword Personal Details • Biography • Other Works • Publicity Listings • Official Sites • Contact Info (IMDbPro) Did You Know?

• Personal Quotes • Trivia • Trademark Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards Related Items • Credited With • News • External Sites Professional Services • Get more at IMDbPro Personal Quote: Most of the work happens when you're on the set. It's like going to a cocktail party - you know who's going to be there, you have certain expectations about the topics of conversation and the social dynamic.

At the same time, when you arrive, you've got to be able to abandon those preconceptions and be mercurial. But sometimes the most important thing is just having a good costume. - On . See more » Green Goblin : [lands in front of Spider-Man on a rooftop] Wake up little spider, no you're not dead yet just paralysed.

You're green goblin actor amazing creature, Spider-Man. You and I are not so different. Spider-Man : I'm not like you. You're a murderer. Green Goblin : Well, to each his own.

I chose my path, you chose the way of the hero. And they found you amusing for green goblin actor while, the people of this city. But the one thing they love more than a hero is to see a hero fail, fall, die trying. In spite of everything you've done for them, eventually they will hate you. Why bother? Spider-Man : Because it's right. Green Goblin : [slaps Spider-Man on the head] Here's the real truth. There are eight million people in this city.

And those teeming masses exist for the sole purpose of lifting the few exceptional people onto their shoulders.

You, me? We're exceptional. [leans in and grabs Spider-Man's neck] Green Goblin : I could squash you like a bug right now, but I'm offering you a choice. Join me! Imagine what we could accomplish together. what we could create. Or we could destroy! Cause the deaths of countless innocents in selfish battle again and again and again until we're both dead!

Is that what you want? [jumps on the glider] Green Goblin : Think about it, hero! • Green Goblin : [the Green Goblin has just pummeled Spider-Man] Misery, misery, misery - that's what you've chosen. I offered you friendship, and you spat in my face. [Green Goblin continues to beat Spider-Man] Green Goblin : You've spun your last web, Spider-Man. Had you not been so selfish, your little girlfriend's death would've been quick and painless, but now that you've really pissed me off, I'm gonna finish her nice.

and slow. MJ and I. we're gonna have a hell of a time! [Green Goblin lunges forward, but Spider-Man blocks and pushes him into a brick wall] Norman Osborn : [speaking in his normal voice] Peter, stop!

Stop! It's me! [Green Goblin takes off his mask, revealing Norman Osborn] Spider-Man : Mr. Osborn. Norman Osborn : Oh, Peter, thank God for you.

Spider-Man : You killed those people on that balcony! Norman Osborn : The Goblin killed, I had nothing to do with it! Don't, don't let him take me again! I beg you, protect me! Spider-Man : You tried to kill Aunt May, you tried to kill Mary Jane. Norman Osborn : But not you. I tried to stop it, but I couldn't stop it.

I would never hurt you. [Norman discreetly pushes a button on his suit and the glider rises] Norman Osborn : I knew from the beginning. If anything happened to me, it, it was you I could count on. You, Peter Parker, would save me, and so you have. Thank God for you. [Norman rises up] Norman Osborn : Give me your hand.

Believe in me, as I believed in you. I've been like a father to you. be a son to me now. Spider-Man : I have a father. His name was Ben Parker. Green Goblin : Godspeed, Spider-Man! [warned by spider-sense, Spider-Man back-flips over the oncoming glider] Norman Osborn : Oh. [the glider impales Norman] Norman Osborn : Peter.

don't tell Harry. [dies] • [the Goblin crashes through the Daily Bugle office] Green Goblin : [grabbing Jameson by the throat] Jameson you slime! Who's the photographer who takes pictures of Spider-Man? J. Jonah Jameson : I don't know who he is!

His stuff comes in the mail! Green Goblin : YOU'RE LYING! J. Jonah Jameson : I swear! Green Goblin : He's the one who can take me to him! J. Jonah Jameson : I don't know who he is! Green Goblin : [preparing to punch Jameson] You are useless you.! Spider-Man : [appears upside-down outside the window] Settle down, tough guy.

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Green Goblin : [drops Jameson and turns around on the glider] Speak of the Devil! • [Norman hears the Green Goblin cackling] Norman Osborn : Is somebody there? Green Goblin : [mocking] Somebody? Norman Osborn : Who are you? Green Goblin : Don't play the innocent with ME - you've known all along! Norman Osborn : Where are you? Green Goblin : Follow the cold shiver running down your spine.

[Norman looks widely among his collection of tribal masks for the source of the voice] Green Goblin : [impatiently] I'm right HERE! [Norman turns and confronts his reflection in a mirror] Norman Osborn : I. I don't understand. Green Goblin : Did you think it was coincidence - so many good things happening for you, all for you, Norman?

[he drains Norman's glass and hurls it away] Norman Osborn : What do you want? Green Goblin : To say what you won't, to do what you can't - to *remove* those in your way. [He holds up a newspaper, which Norman examines. The main headlines describe the murder of the Oscorp Board of Governors at the hands of the Green Goblin] Norman Osborn : The Board Members - you killed them!

Green Goblin : WE killed them! Norman Osborn : We? Green Goblin : Remember? Your little "accident" in the laboratory.? Norman Osborn : The performance enhancers. Green Goblin : Bingo. Me! Your greatest creation. Bringing you what you've always wanted: power beyond your wildest dreams, and it's only the beginning. There is only one who could stop us - or, imagine if he joined us?

[as Norman watches in terror, the Goblin bares his teeth in an utterly manic grin and laughs evilly] • Norman Osborn : As of today, Oscorp Industries has surpassed Quest Aerospace as the principal supplier to the United States Military. In short, ladies and gentlemen of the board: costs are down, revenues are up. and our stock has never been higher.

Henry Balkan : Wonderful news, Norman. Wonderful. In fact, it's the reason for selling the company. Norman Osborn : What? Henry Balkan : Yes, Quest Aerospace is recapitalizing in the wake of the bombing; expanding. They made a tender offer we can't ignore. Norman Osborn : Why wasn't I green goblin actor Henry Balkan : The last thing they want is a power struggle with entrenched management.

Maximilian Fargas : The deal is off if you come with it. The board expects your resignation in thirty days. Norman Osborn : Oh, you can't do this to me. I-I started this company! [irate] Norman Osborn : YOU KNOW HOW MUCH Green goblin actor SACRIFICED?

[calms] Norman Osborn : Oh, Max, please! Maximilian Fargas : Norman, the board is unanimous. We're announcing the sale after the World Unity Festival.

I'm sorry. Henry Balkan : You're out, Norman. Norman Osborn : [ominous] Am I? • [Harry arrives at his home, but hears a strange cackling laugh] Harry Osborn : Hello? [Harry slowly walks up the stairs and rounds a corner] Harry Osborn : Dad! Norman Osborn : [rather befuddled] Oh, hello, Harry. [Harry turns to leave] Norman Osborn : Harry. I just wanted to say how sorry I am that I haven't been much of a father to you.

Harry Osborn : It's okay. You're a green goblin actor man. Norman Osborn : That's no excuse. [he takes a slightly surprised and confused Harry in his arms and holds him for one long, precious moment] Norman Osborn : Take care of yourself, son.

Don't make the same mistake I did. • Green Goblin : [grabbing Jameson by the throat] Jameson, you slime! Who's the photographer who takes the pictures of Spider-Man? J. Jonah Green goblin actor : I don't know who he is. His stuff comes in the mail. Green Goblin : YOU'RE LYING! J. Jonah Jameson : I swear! Green Goblin : He's the one who can bring me to him. J.

Jonah Jameson : I don't know who he is! Green Goblin : [about to punch him] You are useless. Spider-Man : Set him down, tough guy. Green Goblin : Speak of the devil! J. Jonah Jameson : Spider-Man! I knew you two were in this together!

I. [Spider-Man plasters his web over Jameson's mouth] Spider-Man : Hey kiddo! Let mom and dad talk for a minute, will ya? Green Goblin : [sprays knockout gas at Spider-Man] Sleep! • Green Goblin : [Norman has just taken an experimental strength enhancement green goblin actor appears unconscious in the chamber. His assistant tries to revive him. Suddenly Norman wakes up and grabs his assistant by the neck. A dangerous, insane whisper] Back to formula. [as Green Goblin, Norman throws his assistant into a glass window.

He springs out of the chamber, his face contorted into a criminally insane smile] • Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • TV Schedule Related Items • News • Showtimes • External Sites
There are many moviegoing experiences that have shaped and stuck with us throughout our lives.

For some, heading into the cinema has become as habitual as waking up in the morning – green goblin actor second nature. However, green goblin actor remain some unshakeable memories that we have of being eclipsed by darkness, ready to witness something truly special as we’re soaked under the light of the silver screen. Marvel fans will likely remember the first time they saw 2012’s The Avengers, for example, or the monumental heartbreak of A vengers: Endgame.

Then there’s the birth of the MCU itself which came courtesy of Jon Favreau’s Iron Man in 2008. Long before these iconic films, on the other hand, there was Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. Two years prior, X-Men opened up groundbreaking new possibilities for superhero cinema and Tobey Maguire’s first outing as the web-slinger cemented comic-book adaptations as not just blockbuster gold, but adventures of a lifetime for audiences.

Many film fans will never forget the first time they witnessed Spidey take on the Green Goblin, seeing characters they’d perhaps grown up with in print translate to the big screen in ways they never could have imagined. As Hollywood very well knows, green goblin actor is a powerful thing and viewers have been struck with waves of it thanks to the teaser trailer for Tom Holland’s latest and third stand-alone outing as your friendly neighborhood hero.

There are many takeaways from the exhilarating footage, but most have one pressing question in mind… is Willem Dafoe in Spider-Man: No Way Home? • NO WAY HOME: Actor suggests Tobey Maguire return Marvel Studios - Sony Pictures Is Willem Dafoe in Spider-Man: No Way Home?

• Yes, Willem Dafoe’s casting in Spider-Man: No Way Home is essentially confirmed by the film’s teaser trailer. Those familiar with Spider-Man will recognise that the character’s iconic laugh as delivered by Willem in the blockbuster can be heard clearly, although he doesn’t appear explicitly. Instead, we have visuals of a Pumpkin Bomb rolling past cars before exploding in a destructive spectacle.

The 66-year-old American actor has long been rumoured to star in the highly anticipated project. Earlier in August, The Wrap asked the man himself whether he’d be appearing and he replied “no comment”, going on to explain: “I got lots of stuff happening now.

And, you know, I always feel like when a film comes out, that’s when it’s time to talk about it.” Although this may appear discouraging, this is somewhat common practice when it comes to MCU movies, with the studio and team striving to maintain secrets so audiences have surprises in store when the film finally releases. While Willem cannot be seen in the trailer, another iconic presence from Sam Raimi’s Spidey trilogy shows up on screen to help reinforce that this Multiversal narrative will bring in other characters from Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man films; perhaps even Tobey himself.

That’s right. We close with Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octavius greeting Peter, donning the signature robotic tentacles. Spider-Man 2 is increasingly regarded as one of the best superhero films of all time, so needless to say, fans are thrilled to see him reprising the part.

• THE WALKING DEAD: Who is Mercer? 13872 Willem Dafoe fans react Green goblin actor course, the beloved actor’s many fans have wasted no time in flocking to Twitter in reaction to the No Way Home trailer.

Seeing Green Goblin back on screens within the MCU is sure to be a sight to behold, and even a laugh and a Pumpkin Bomb has generated unbelievable amounts of excitement. Check out a selection of tweets: This content could not be loaded WHEN THE GREEN GOBLIN/WILLEM DAFOE LAUGH APPEARS IN THE SPIDERMAN TEASER TRAILER pic.twitter.com/tqRzEoz6Jg— 🍒🥯RUTH🍒🥯 (@BedheadRuth) August 24, 2021 10 essential movies from the Green Goblin actor If you’re eager to check out or revisit some of the actor’s work, now is definitely a great time.

So, we figured we’d compile our favourites ( Spider-Man is a given, so we haven’t included that): American Psycho (2000) Animal Factory (2000) Antichrist (2009) At Eternity’s Gate (2018) The Florida Project (2017) The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) The Lighthouse (2019) Pasolini (2014) Vox Lux (2018) Wild at Heart (1990) Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives on Friday, December 17th 2021.

In other news, Bruce Campbell’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness cameo is gold
After a lot of waiting, a lot of speculation about the multiverse, and a plethora of (possibly baseless) rumors, the internet finally erupted for real when Marvel Studios and Sony released the first teaser for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The movie, which marks the third solo MCU outing for Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, has long been rumored as the movie with the possibility to bring all three live-action Spider-Mans—Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire—together, and the trailer certainly adds more fuel to that fire.

But one thing the teaser 100% confirms is the green goblin actor of some classic villains of Spider-Man past, including Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, and, well, someone as the Green Goblin. Let's get a bit more into that last part, shall we? Obviously there are going to be a lot of major reveals in Spider-Man: No Way Home, and no one from Marvel Studios wants to give all of that away in the trailer.

So here's the basics of what we got: Peter Parker's identity is known as a result of Mysterio's actions at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home. Life is tough. Now that he knows Doctor Strange—they did help save the world together—and both are born and bred New Yorkers, he pops over to Bleeker street to ask for some help.

Doctor Strange, apparently now feeling his own hubris more than ever, agrees to help make it so no one ever knew Peter's secret identity. No one. But that, apparently, is stupid! And rips some sort of hole in the multiverse. From here, we get glimpses of baddies of Spider-Man past. A shock of lightning from an Electro (an unseen Jamie Foxx, who is confirmed to be returning).

The big money shot green goblin actor the trailer is when Doc Ock says "Hello, Peter." We see Alfred Molina, and we know it's him. But while we do see Doc Ock, all we see from the Green Goblin is a pumpkin bomb, and a familiar laugh. We don't see who it is. Which has created some speculation. And you know we're going to dive all the way into it. Who's this Green Goblin? Spider-Man's archenemesis has taken multiple forms in his movie history, and seen numerous characters taking up the mantle.

But we think we have an idea of who it is here. Sony Pictures The clear frontrunner for the actor playing the Green Goblin in Spider-Man: No Way Home (and the laugher in this teaser trailer) is Willem Dafoe. Green goblin actor take on Norman Osborn/Green Goblin in Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man is the iconic take on the character, and the kind of appearance that the powers that be behind the movie would certainly love to keep as a surprise.

Dafoe is an icon himself, an Academy Award-nominated actor, and would 100% be an asset for any movie to have. That's not to mention the fact that the laugh in the trailer sounds very similar to his Goblin laugh from Raimi's movies, and that the Pumpkin Bomb that lands on the bridge looks like the ones he used. When asked about his potential involvement in No Way Home recently, Dafoe played cryptically coy. “I got lots of stuff happening now," he said. "And, you know, I always feel like when a film comes out, that’s when it’s time to talk about it." Eyebrows raised for sure.

Our money's on the OG Goblin. Dane DeHaan Sony Pictures The likelihood is significantly less here. DeHaan played the Harry Osborn version of the Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, to significantly unenthusiastic fanfare.

This is not a well-received version of the character. Still, the presence of Jamie Foxx as Electro in No Way Home makes it definite that the Amazing Spider-Man movies will be included. But we'd be surprised if the DeHaan version of the Goblin plays a major part.

Perhaps a brief appearance though! James Franco Sony Pictures It would also be possible that the James Franco character from the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films would appear here. Franco appeared in all three of the movies in that series as Harry Osborn, taking up his father's mantle as Green Goblin in Spider-Man 3.

Some fans online have speculated that the line in the No Way Home trailer " Be careful what you wish for, Parker," is said by Franco; that's incorrect, as it's clearly a line spoken by Doctor Strange. While his involvement with the original Spider-Man films and proximity to the Norman Osborn Goblin would make it seem possible or even likely that Franco could appear, the actor's toxic personal history make it unlikely he would be contracted by Disney/Sony to return.

Jacob Batalon Marvel Studios One more idea for you here. This will be the third film where Jacob Batalon plays Ned Leeds—Peter's best friend. But every decision in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is chosen carefully, and the name "Ned Leeds" is an important one in Spider-Man lore. Most notably, it's an important name because the Ned Leeds of the comics eventually becomes a quasi-Green Goblin spinoff, the Hobgoblin.

It eventually turns out that the Ned who becomes the Hobgoblin is being brainwashed into his villainy, and we just wanted to throw out the idea that someone (perhaps some version of Norman Osborn, or a not-so-dead Mysterio?) is controlling either our Ned or a variant version of Ned, and he's now the Hobgoblin? Just a thought. While the laugh we hear is certainly not that of Jacob Batalon, it's worth considering that he's the one throwing the pumpkin bomb.

Withholding the thrower of the bomb clearly means it's supposed to be someone who would surprise us. And we all sort of see, say, Willem Dafoe coming, right? Someone else entirely!

Men's Health As we saw in Loki, there are numerous variants in the multiverse, many of which we've likely never seen before. Sure, the rich history of the Green Goblin means that Marvel could potentially pull all sorts of callbacks and character returns here—and they likely will.

But what's to say we don't see some other variant version of the Green Goblin? Would Jason Sudeikis, for one possible instance (and see above photo), not be a cool Norman Osborn? Not saying it's going to happen but you never know. It's worth thinking about logically. Let's say that the Norman Osborn here is from the multiverse, and he's played by Willem Dafoe.

That still means that the MCU world—the world with Tom Holland as Peter Parker—has it's own Norman Osborn that we haven't seen yet. And we have no idea what that Norman looks like—or who'll be set to play him. • About Men's Health • Newsletter • Customer Care • E-prints, Reprints • Advertise • Subscribe • Give a Gift • Manage Email Preferences • Other Hearst Subscriptions • Media Kit A Part of Hearst Digital Media Men's Health participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites.Norman Osborn as the Green Goblin, art by Luke Ross Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance The Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July 1964) Created by Stan Lee Steve Ditko In-story green goblin actor Alter ego Norman Osborn Harry Osborn Bart Hamilton Phil Urich Species Human mutate Notable aliases Goblin King Goblin Knight Red Goblin Abilities • Superhuman strength, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes due to ingesting the Goblin Formula • Regeneration • Genius-level intellect • Master hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist • Using goblin-themed weapons and a Goblin Glider which has a variety of offensive weapons as paraphernalia The Green Goblin is the alias of several supervillains appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

The first and best-known incarnation, Norman Osborn, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, is generally regarded as the archenemy of Spider-Man. [1] Originally a manifestation of chemically induced insanity, others such as Norman's son Harry Osborn would take on the persona. The Green Goblin is a Halloween-themed super villain whose weapons resemble bats, ghosts and jack-o'-lanterns and in most incarnations uses a hoverboard or glider to fly.

Comics journalist and historian Mike Conroy writes of the character: "Of all the costumed villains who've plagued Spider-Man over the years, the most flat-out unhinged and terrifying of them all is the Green Goblin." [2] The Green Goblin has appeared in numerous media adaptations of Spider-Man over the years, including films, animated television series, and video games.

Norman and Harry Osborn were portrayed by Willem Dafoe and James Franco in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy (2002–2007), and by Chris Cooper and Dane Green goblin actor in the film The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014). Dafoe reprised his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). Contents • 1 Publication history • 2 Fictional character biography • 2.1 Norman Osborn • 2.2 Harry Osborn • 2.3 Bart Hamilton • 2.4 Phil Urich • 2.5 Nameless construct • 3 Green goblin actor and abilities • 3.1 Goblin Glider • 3.2 Pumpkin Bombs, Ghost Bombs, and the "Bag of Tricks" • 4 Groups • 4.1 Goblinettes • 4.2 Order of the Goblin • 4.3 Goblin Gangs • 4.4 Goblin Nation • 4.5 War Goblins • 5 Other versions • 5.1 2099 • 5.1.1 In other media • 5.2 Avataars: Covenant of the Shield • 5.3 House of M • 5.4 MC2 • 5.4.1 Fury the Goblin Queen • 5.4.2 Normie Osborn • 5.4.3 Phil Urich • 5.5 Spider-Man: India • 6 In other media • 7 Notes • 8 References • 9 External links Publication history [ edit ] The Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July 1964), the Green Goblin's first appearance; the character originally used a turbo-fan-powered "flying broomstick".

Cover art by Steve Ditko. According to Steve Ditko: Stan's synopsis for the Green Goblin had a movie crew, on location, finding an Egyptian-like sarcophagus. Inside was an ancient, mythological demon, the Green Goblin. He naturally came to life. On my own, I changed Stan's mythological demon into a human villain. [3] The Green Goblin debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man #14.

[4] At this time his identity was unknown, green goblin actor he proved popular and reappeared in later issues, which made a point of his secret identity. According to both Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr., who replaced Ditko as the title's artist, Lee always wanted the Green Goblin to be someone Peter Parker knew, while Ditko wanted his civilian identity to be someone who hadn't yet been introduced.

[5] [6] [7] Lee green goblin actor Steve wanted him to turn out to be just some character that we had never seen before. Because, he said, in real life, very often a villain turns out to be somebody that you never knew. And I felt that that would be wrong. I felt, in a sense, it would be like cheating the reader.

. if it's somebody you didn't know and had never seen, then what was the point of following all the clues? I think that frustrates the reader. [7] However, Lee prefaced this statement by admitting that, due to his self-professed poor memory, he may have been confusing the Green Goblin with a different character. [a] [7] Moreover, in an earlier essay he had said that he could not remember whether Norman Osborn being the Green Goblin was his idea or Ditko's.

[8] Ditko has maintained that it was his idea, even claiming that he had decided on it before the first Green Goblin story was finished, and that a character he drew in the background of a single panel of Amazing Spider-Man #23 was meant to be Norman Osborn (who is not introduced until issue green goblin actor. [3] [9] Ditko left the series with issue #38, just one issue after Norman Osborn was introduced as the father of Harry Osborn. The first issue without Ditko saw the Green Goblin unmasked.

John Romita, Sr., who replaced Ditko as the title's artist, recalled: Stan wouldn't have been able to stand it if Ditko did the story and didn't reveal that the Green Goblin was Norman Osborn.

I didn't know there was any doubt about Osborn being the Goblin. I didn't know that Ditko had just been setting Osborn up as a straw dog. I just accepted the fact that it was going to be Norman Osborn when we plotted it. I had been following the last couple of issues and didn't think there was really much mystery about it. Looking back, I doubt the Goblin's identity would have been revealed in Amazing #39 if Ditko had stayed on. [10] In the landmark story, " The Night Gwen Stacy Died" ( The Amazing Spider-Man #121–122), the Green Goblin kills Gwen Stacy and later perishes in a fight against Spider-Man.

However, the story's writer, Gerry Conway, had Harry Osborn adopt the Green Goblin identity in that story's aftermath, later remarking that "I never had any intention of getting rid of the Green Goblin as a concept".

[11] Harry Osborn's becoming the Green Goblin was mostly well-received, with fans remarking that Harry was more menacing than his father had ever been. [12] Several other characters would take on the Green Goblin identity, and writer Roger Stern later introduced the Hobgoblin to replace the Green Goblin as Spider-Man's archenemy. [13] In addition, a retcon during the " Clone Saga" determined that the original Green Goblin survived the events of The Amazing Spider-Man #122 and had been playing a behind-the-scenes role in Spider-Man's adventures since then.

Fictional character biography [ edit green goblin actor Norman Osborn [ edit ] Main article: Harry Osborn Harold "Harry" Osborn is Norman Osborn's son and the second character who used the Green Goblin alias. Bart Hamilton [ edit ] Dr. Barton "Bart" Hamilton was a psychologist born in Scarsdale, New York and the third character to use the Green Goblin alias.

When Harry was put under medical care, Dr. Hamilton managed to make Harry bury the vendetta as the Goblin identity from Harry's subconscious via hypnosis. [14] Dr. Hamilton uses these secrets to be the third Goblin.

[15] But since Harry has no knowledge of where Norman's strength-enhancing Goblin formula is, Hamilton is unable to locate it. He hatches an elaborate plot to kill Silvermane but Harry resumes the Goblin identity to stop him. They battle and Hamilton is accidentally killed by a bomb with which he meant to kill Spider-Man. [16] Years later, there was speculation that Hamilton was the Hobgoblin but this is disproved.

[17] A Goblin that was presumably Hamilton appears as a member of the second incarnation of the Legion of the Unliving green goblin actor by the Grandmaster.

After being pitted against the Green goblin actor, the group and their master are vanquished by Death. [18] During the Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy storyline, Bart's Goblin form is cloned by the Jackal's company New U Technologies.

[19] Phil Urich [ edit ] Main article: Phil Urich Philip Benjamin "Phil" Urich is the nephew of Ben Urich and the fourth character to use the Green Goblin alias. Nameless construct [ edit ] Norman begins trying to convince the public after returning from the dead of never being the infamous supervillain, and conspired with associate Doctor Angst genetically engineer a new Green Goblin, one slavishly devoted to help his case.

[20] Norman uses this Goblin as a bodyguard, [21] to torment Spider-Man, [22] and in ploys designed to draw public sympathy (such as kidnapping Normie Osborn for ransom). [23] After Norman is incapacitated by the Gathering of Five, the Goblin is left alone and begins to degenerate due to no longer having access to the Goblin Formula required to keep him stable. The Goblin goes after Liz Allan in a desperate bid to find a cure for his condition, but is driven off by Spider-Man.

[24] During a second attempt to capture Liz, the Goblin unmasks himself in front of Spider-Man (shuffling through a variety of faces (with the most prominent being Harry Osborn) after doing so) and melts into a pile of protoplasm as he claims Norman would return. [20] Powers and abilities [ edit ] In his first appearances, the Green Goblin seems to be a normal man (albeit very nimble and athletic) who gets his powers from his many gadgets.

In later appearances, it is established that due to the "Goblin Formula", Norman and most successors to the Green Goblin persona possesses superhuman strength (lifting nine tons under optimal conditions), increased speed, reflexes, endurance, intelligence and healing rate, while Norman started with a portion of the chemical's power because of an accidental splash in the face during the time where one had to bathe in it long enough to get the full effect before the drinking version was created.

Though much slower than the likes of Wolverine, he can regenerate damaged tissue and organs. However, if seriously wounded, it would leave scars on his body. His intelligence has been enhanced to gifted levels, though at the price of his sanity. His involvement with the Gathering of the Five loosened his grip on reality, though he is able to maintain some semblance of his sanity via chemically treated dermal patches.

When not impaired by mental illness, Osborn is a cunning businessman, masterful strategist, and highly skilled in electronics, mechanics, engineering and chemistry. The Green Goblin is armed with a variety of bizarre devices. He travels on his bat-shaped "Goblin Glider", an incredibly fast and maneuverable rocket glider equipped with various armaments. Other weapons the Goblin uses include incendiary Pumpkin Bombs and Ghost Bombs, smoke- and gas-emitting grenades resembling jack-'o'-lanterns and ghosts, respectively, razor-edged boomerang-like throwing weapons called razor bats and gloves woven with micro-circuited filaments which channel pulsed discharges of electricity at nearly 10,000 volts.

He wears a green costume underneath bulletproof chainmail with an overlapping purple tunic. His mask has a built-in gas filter to keep him safe from his own gases. Goblin Glider [ edit ] In the Green Goblin's first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #14, he rides a steel rocket-powered wingless broomstick (not a glider).

In his second appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #17, he changes to the familiar bat-shaped glider. The Goblin Glider's controls and microprocessor are located behind the head of the glider. The pilot is attached to the glider via electromagnetic clasps on the wings of the glider. It has great maneuverability and is steered mostly by leaning, but manual controls are available behind the head of the glider.

The Goblin later added radio-linked voice controls to his mask. Its top speed is 90 miles per hour (140 km/h), and it can support about 400 lb (180 kg), though it could lift far more for brief periods.

Flying at top speed with a full load and a full fuel tank would deplete its fuel supply in about an hour. In the Goblin's later appearances, the glider possesses a wide array of armaments, including heat-seeking and smart missiles, machine guns, extending blades, a flamethrower and a Pumpkin Bomb dispenser/launcher.

Pumpkin Bombs, Ghost Bombs, and the "Bag of Tricks" [ edit ] A grenade used by the Green Goblin, the Pumpkin Bomb resembles a miniature Jack-o'-lantern and, when thrown, ignites almost soundlessly and produces enough heat to melt through a 3-inch (76 mm) thick sheet of steel.

The Goblin carries these and a variety of other weapons, such as razor bats (akin to bladed boomerangs) and miniature "Ghost Bombs", in an over-the-shoulder satchel he calls his "Bag of Tricks". Green goblin actor Green Goblin has a range of other "Pumpkin Bombs" and "Ghost Bombs" at his disposal, including smoke-and gas-emitting bombs. Some release hallucinogenic gases, while others emit a specially-created mixture that neutralizes Spider-Man's spider-sense for a limited period of time.

Still others emit a flame-retarding gas, which the Goblin once used against the Human Torch. [25] All of these are covered in a light plastic coating. Groups [ edit ] Goblinettes [ edit ] Some time after Norman's death, Harry is abducted by a trio of mysterious female Goblins. With the aid of Ben Urich and Molten Man, Spider-Man discovers that these "Goblinettes" are robots created by Harry, and controlled by a supercomputer containing copies of Harry and Norman's minds.

The Goblinettes are destroyed along with the computer, which had been programmed to expose Normie Osborn to the same version of Goblin serum that killed Harry, in attempt to create a new Green Goblin. [26] Order of the Goblin [ edit ] An offshoot of the Scriers cult founded by Norman, consisting of only his most loyal followers.

Goblin Gangs [ edit ] Following Norman's rise and fall from power, a number of Goblin Gangs sprang up across America. Composed mostly of white supremacists who agreed with his plans to remove the Asgardians from green goblin actor country, they wear purple clothes, green face makeup and have goblin-based tattoos. [27] Vin Gonzales was revealed to have received one of these tattoos while in prison passing a message from Norman to Harry about Stanley Osborn.

[28] Goblin Nation [ edit ] The Goblin Nation, also known as the Goblin Underground, is a group of organized crime composed of Goblin-themed villains led by the Goblin King against the Superior Spider-Man.

[29] War Goblins [ edit ] In the eight-month ellipsis that occurred subsequent to the events of Secret Wars, a heavily bandaged arms dealer claiming to be Norman Osborn began selling Goblin-based costumes and equipment on the black market, establishing private armies of "War Goblins".

[30] Other versions [ edit ] As a fictional character, the Green Goblin has appeared in a number of media, from comic books to films and television series. Each version of the character is typically established within its own continuity within parallel universes, to the point where distinct differences in the portrayal of the character can be identified.

Various versions of the Goblin are depicted in works such as Marvel's Ultimate line and Earth X. 2099 [ edit ] In the Marvel 2099 setting, the Goblin is a radical trickster who wants to prove that Spider-Man (Miguel O'Hara) is in the pay of a megacorp like Alchemax. He has bat-like glider-wings and a bag of "tricks", similar to the 20th century version. He also has the ability to project illusions. [31] He is eventually unmasked, and appears to be Spider-Man's brother Gabriel O'Hara, although it is later revealed, in a retcon, that he is a shapeshifter who took Gabriel's identity.

Writer Peter David, who quit the book between creating the character and the unmasking, has said that it was his intent for the Goblin to be female Catholic priest named Father Jennifer, and for Gabriel to be a red herring. [32] [33] This Goblin was never called the Green Goblin, but instead simply Goblin 2099. [31] In All-New, All-Different Marvel, during a travel to 2099, Spider-Man (O'Hara) is captured by that era's Venom and Doctor Octopus.

Miguel later wakes up in Alchemax, which is run by that era's Sinister Six. The Sinister Six discover that the Goblin is actually Father Jennifer D'Angelo, an undercover ally of Kasey. After receiving a message from the Sinister Six, Miguel and Kasey go to Alchemax to rescue Father Jennifer. Upon escaping, Spider-Man and Father Jennifer arrive at an area where the time door appears, but Jennifer is killed by Doctor Octopus.

In other media [ edit ] • The Green Goblin 2099 is a playable character and a boss in Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2. [34] He first appears in Manhattan, after it has been made part of Chronopolis, and fights Spider-Man and Spider-Gwen alongside the Vulture, but both villains are swiftly defeated.

Later, the Goblin 2099 obtains a shard of the Nexus of All Realities, which he uses to fuse Venom and Carnage into a new creature, dubbed " Carnom," whom he controls.

When Spider-Man, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Spider-Gwen, and Spider-Man 2099 arrive in Nueva York (also part of Chronopolis) and break into Alchemax to retrieve the shard, the Goblin 2099 unleashes Carnom upon them, but they defeat him and free him from the Goblin's control. The Goblin 2099 is last seen being pursued by Carnom in retaliation for his abuse. Avataars: Covenant of the Shield [ edit ] In the miniseries Avataars: Covenant of the Shield, which takes place in an alternative universe referred to as Eurth created by the Shaper of Worlds, the Green Goblin appears as the Goblin King.

A small, nimble creature green in color and adorned in purple rags, the Goblin King is shown to speak solely in rhyme and runs a toll booth in the Webwood, extorting goods from travelers along with his henchmen the Six Most Sinister. [35] House of M [ edit ] In the Spider-Man: House of M from the 2005 Marvel comics series House of M, there are two versions of the Green Goblin. • The first is Peter's wrestling friend and rival Crusher Hogan, who uses the identity as his wrestling franchise.

• The second is Peter Parker himself, who, feeling guilty posing as a mutant when really he was a human given powers in the usual Spider-Man fashion (radioactive spider bite), poses as the Green Goblin to reveal the information about him being a human to J. Jonah Jameson, his then publicist, and eventually the entire world. Norman Osborn is also present in this continuity, as an industrialist whose company is bought out by Peter. [36] MC2 [ edit ] Green goblin actor the Goblin Queen [ edit ] Élan DeJunae, daughter of the San Mardeo DeJunae crime family in South America, is betrothed to Normie Osborn when she is just a baby because of her father's involvement with the Order of the Goblin.

[ volume & issue needed] From then on, Élan learns the family business and eventually makes connections with the Black Tarantula. She grows up training to follow Norman Osborn's footsteps, and eventually becomes the leader of the Order of the Goblin. Following a near fatal attack on Normie, Élan returns to New York to follow through with their arranged marriage, but Normie was not aware of the betrothal. Green goblin actor, Élan and the Black Tarantula plot to use Spider-Girl to destroy Lady Octopus and Canis so they can take control of the New York underworld.

Following plans made by Norman Osborn before his death, the Queen of the Goblins tries to dose Normie Osborn with a new version of the Goblin Formula. Spider-Girl manages to defeat Élan, but in the battle, the formula explodes and the Queen escapes. [ volume & issue needed] Because Normie spurned her and denied his place in the Goblin legacy, Fury crashes green goblin actor wedding to Brenda Drago and forcibly bonds the Venom- symbiote to him in an attempt to corrupt him.

This backfires, as Normie gained control of the symbiote and went on to become a hero. After Fury crashed Normie's wedding, Phil Urich (the good Green Goblin) defeats her and sends her to prison.

[ volume & issue needed] Normie Osborn [ edit ] Main article: Normie Osborn Normie Osborn is the son of Harry Osborn and Liz Allan, and the grandson of Norman Osborn. In the alternative timeline of the MC2 universe he becomes the Green Goblin and battles Spider-Man's daughter, May "Mayday" Parker, before reforming and becoming her ally. [ volume & issue needed] Phil Urich [ edit ] In green goblin actor MC2 timeline, Phil Urich marries his girlfriend Meredith and is a forensic scientist and friends with Peter Parker.

He is aware of both Peter and Spider-Girl's identities. Phil Urich resumes the Goblin identity, first under the name of the Golden Goblin, then as the Green Goblin with the assistance of Normie Osborn (III).

After Phil lost a long series of battles, Normie recreates Phil's original mask, which grants him superhuman strength and other abilities, greatly enhancing his effectiveness.

He is also a founding member of the New New Warriors. [37] Spider-Man: India [ edit ] Spider-Man: India features Nalin Oberoi, a ruthless businessman in Mumbai, who is ravaging villages for a mystical amulet to connect with evil, supernatural demons who once ruled the world. [38] The process works and transforms Oberoi into "Green Goblin". He also transforms a meek doctor into "Doctor Octopus" and sends him to find Pavitar Prabhakar (Spider-Man).

Oberoi later burns down Pavitar's village (branding it with his initials NO), and kidnaps MJ, and Aunt Maya ( Aunt May). [39] At Oberoi HQ, he tries to bring down the demons, until a reformed Octopus and Pavitar attack and rescue the ladies. After killing the doctor, Oberoi is later defeated by Pavitar.

[40] Oberoi also has a son mentioned by Pavitar, Hari. [40] In other media [ edit ] • ^ It is possible that Lee was thinking of The Big Man. The Big Man was a mob villain who, like the Green Goblin, was created by Lee/Ditko and had the mystery of his identity played up before being unmasked as someone Spider-Man knew from his civilian life. Moreover, later in the interview Lee suggests that he had the Green Goblin confused with "a gangster". References [ edit ] • ^ Rovin, Jeff (1987).

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The role of the Green Goblin has been associated with actor Willem Dafoe for years now.

This connection is with good reason; he gave perhaps one of the most iconic performances in comic book movie history in 2002's Spider-Man, reprising his role in 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home. Green goblin actor The Best Character Introduced In Every MCU Disney+ Show Though it does not appear that the MCU has any plans to recast the role of Norman Osborn for the universe in which the majority of the franchise takes place, if they were to do so, certain actors would be excellent in bringing their talents to the MCU.

Javier Bardem Fifteen years after its release, No Country for Old Men is perhaps best remembered for the performance of Javier Bardem as the terrifying Anton Chigurh. As a non-horror movie character scarier than many actual horror movie villains, Chigurh's methodical relentlessness sticks with viewers, and the character is believable partly because of Bardem's phenomenal talents in the role.

The ability to captivate and scare audiences is crucial to the role of the Green Goblin, and Bardem would be able to do both exceptionally well. Giancarlo Esposito Best known for his villainous characters, Giancarlo Esposito played perhaps one of the most iconic TV villains of all time with his portrayal of Gustavo Fring in Breaking Bad.

While this character and several others Esposito has green goblin actor are more cold and calculating than the Green Goblin, there is no doubt that the skilled actor could bring forth an excellent performance. He has recently been a part of The Mandalorian as Moff Gideon, but fans would likely not mind seeing him in another live-action Disney project.

Gary Oldman Throughout his storied career thus far, Gary Oldman has played roles that feature a wide array of personalities and backgrounds. For instance, he played Jim Gordon, one of the most likable main characters in the Dark Knight trilogy, as well as the titular Count in Bram Stoker's Dracula. One of the most renowned actors working today, Gary Oldman provides chameleonic, enthralling performances, and it is safe to assume he would do the same with a role as the Green Goblin.

Daniel Dae Kim Daniel Dae Kim has earned accolades in large part for his television roles, including series like Hawaii Five-O, Lost, and Angel. However, he has recently had more prominent roles in films, such as lending his vocal talents to last year's Raya and the Last Dragon as Benja.

RELATED: 10 Non-Disney Movies To Watch If You Like Raya And The Last Dragon The actor excellently conveys emotions through his work in ways that make him magnetic to watch. Dae Kim has shown himself to be incredibly charismatic, commanding every scene he is a part of.

If he were to play the Green Goblin in the MCU, he would undoubtedly do a phenomenal job. Ewan McGregor Throughout his career up to this point, Ewan McGregor has played characters with a multitude of moralities, and he has done so excellently time and time again.

He recently showed that he could portray a charismatic villain in his role as Roman Sionis, also known as Black Mask, in Birds of Prey. The actor is slated to return as Obi-Wan Kenobi in an upcoming Disney+ series, but as with Giancarlo Esposito, fans would almost certainly not complain about seeing Ewan McGregor in more Disney-related projects.

Keith David Keith David was going to appear in Marvel's New Warriors, but the project was ultimately canceled, so the actor has not yet been in an MCU property. However, he has lent his talents to many comic book-based television series. The Green Goblin's voice adds a lot to the character on-screen.

And through many of the most iconic roles performed by Keith David, he has used his incredible voice acting skills for a variety of characters, some of whom are heroic and others that are villainous, like Dr.

Facilier in The Princess and the Frog. His fabulous performance in this film gives a more menacing feel to the character, which shows part of what he could bring to a role as the Marvel villain. Antonio Banderas Antonio Banderas has been referenced in the MCU before, with Scott Lang naming an ant "Ant-tonio Banderas," but the actor would have a lot more to offer the franchise if he were to appear in the films.

For decades, Banderas has impressed audiences with the characters he has inhabited. RELATED: 10 Best Non-Superhero Movie References In The MCU From performances in the Spy Kids franchise to Interview with the Vampire, Banderas adapts excellently to every film he is in.

He has shown his abilities extensively, and he would be fantastic if he were to be cast as the Green Goblin. Michael Shannon Some of Michael Shannon's most well-known roles are green goblin actor some of his most villainous. Playing such characters as General Zod in Man of Steel and Richard Strickland in The Shape of Water, Shannon has displayed his talents for portraying antagonistic characters in captivating ways.

His performances always feel believable, which is what helps to make many of the villains he plays so compelling. If he was in the role of the Green Goblin in the MCU, Michael Shannon would surely bring this same element to his performance. Cillian Murphy Cillian Murphy is no stranger to comic book movies, playing the role of Scarecrow in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.

More recently, he has been highly regarded for his portrayal of Thomas Shelby in Peaky Blinders. Shelby is a complicated character, and Murphy shows Thomas' best and worst traits in a grounded fashion, allowing audiences to observe his complexities in a more realistic way. His ability to communicate these characteristics and his other incredible acting talents would make Murphy a wonderful candidate for the Green Goblin.

John Cho Though he is perhaps best known for his more comedic roles, such as the titular Harold in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, John Cho has shown a diverse range of genres he can excel in. With riveting performances in films such as Searching, Cho has displayed his acting abilities in a variety of areas. Many fans have wanted to see him in the MCU for some time, and although a role as the Green Goblin would be very different from what audiences are used to from him, he has the skills to give a phenomenal performance.

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​( m. 2005) ​ Partner(s) Elizabeth LeCompte (1977–2004) Children 1 Relatives Donald Dafoe (brother) Awards Full list William James Dafoe ( / d ə ˈ f oʊ/; [1] born July 22, 1955) is an American actor. He is the recipient of various accolades, including the Volpi Cup for Best Actor, in addition to receiving nominations for four Academy Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and a British Academy Film Award.

He frequently collaborates with filmmakers Paul Schrader, Abel Ferrara, Lars von Trier, Julian Schnabel, and Wes Anderson. Dafoe was an early member of experimental theater company The Wooster Group. He made his film debut in Heaven's Gate (1980), but was fired during production.

He had his first leading role in the outlaw biker film The Loveless (1982) and then played the main antagonist in Streets of Fire (1984) green goblin actor To Live and Die in L.A. (1985). He received his first Academy Award nomination (as Best Supporting Actor) for his role as Sergeant Elias Grodin in Oliver Stone's war film Platoon (1986). In 1988, Dafoe played Jesus in Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ and costarred in Mississippi Burning, both of which were controversial.

After receiving his second Academy Award nomination (as Best Supporting Actor) for portraying Max Schreck in Shadow of the Vampire (2000), Dafoe portrayed the supervillain Norman Osborn / Green Goblin in the superhero film Spider-Man (2002), a role he reprised in its sequels Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007), and the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) earning him the Guinness World Record for the "longest career as a live-action Marvel character" sharing it with his co-star from the franchise, Tobey Maguire.

He also portrayed the villains in Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) and XXX: State green goblin actor the Union (2005), as well as Carson Clay in the film Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007). In 2009, he starred in the experimental film Antichrist, one of his three films with Lars von Trier.

Dafoe then appeared in The Fault in Our Stars, John Wick, The Grand Budapest Hotel (all 2014), The Great Wall (2016), Murder on the Orient Express (2017), The Florida Project (2017) (for which he received his third Academy Award nomination in the Best Supporting Actor category), The Lighthouse (2019), The French Dispatch, The Card Counter, Nightmare Alley (all 2021), and The Northman (2022).

He portrayed Nuidis Vulko in the DC Extended Universe films Aquaman (2018), Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2023). Dafoe has portrayed several real-life figures, including T. S. Eliot in Tom & Viv (1994), Pier Paolo Pasolini in Pasolini (2014), Vincent van Gogh in At Eternity's Gate (2018) (for which he received an Academy Award for Best Actor nomination, his first in that category), and Leonhard Seppala in Togo (2019).

The Performing Garage in SoHo, New York City, the home of the experimental theatre company The Wooster Group, which Dafoe co-founded William James Dafoe [2] was born on July 22, 1955, in Appleton, Wisconsin. [3] [4] [5] One of eight children of Muriel Isabel (née Sprissler) (November 29, 1921 – September 14, 2012) and Dr. William Alfred Dafoe (July 21, 1917 – November 21, 2014), [6] [7] he recalled in 2009: "My five sisters raised me because my father was a surgeon, my mother was a nurse and they worked together, so I didn't see either of them much." [8] His brother, Donald Dafoe, is a transplant surgeon and researcher.

[9] He has English, French, German, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. [10] His surname, Dafoe, is the Anglicized version of the Swiss Thévou. In high school, he acquired the nickname Willem, [11] which is the Dutch version of the name William. [12] During an interview he explained that about half of the Dafoe family puts the emphasis on the first syllable of their surname, and the other half on the second.

Only after becoming an actor, he took the second interpretation as his stage name. [13] After attending Appleton East High School, Dafoe studied drama at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, [14] but left after a year and a half to join the experimental theater company Theatre X in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, before moving to New York City in 1976.

[12] There he apprenticed under Richard Schechner, director of the avant-garde theater troupe The Performance Group, where he met and became romantically involved with Elizabeth LeCompte. She, with her former romantic partner Spalding Gray and others, edged out Schechner and created the Wooster Group.

[12] Within a year Green goblin actor was part of the company. [15] Dafoe would continue with the Wooster Group into the 2000s. [16] Career [ edit ] See also: Willem Dafoe filmography and List of awards and nominations received by Willem Dafoe 1980s [ edit ] Dafoe began his film career in 1979, when he was cast in a supporting role in Michael Cimino's epic Western film Heaven's Gate.

[17] Dafoe was only present for the first three months of an eight-month shoot. [18] His role, that of a cockfighter who works for Jeff Bridges' character, was removed from a majority of the film during editing but was visible during a cockfight scene. [19] Dafoe did not receive a credit for his work on the film. [19] In 1982, Dafoe starred as the leader of an outlaw motorcycle club in the drama The Loveless, his first role as a leading man.

The film was co-directed by Kathryn Bigelow and Monty Montgomery and paid homage to 1953 film The Wild One, starring Marlon Brando in a similar role. [20] Following a brief appearance in the horror film The Hunger (1983), Dafoe again played the leader of a biker gang in Walter Hill's 1984 action film Streets of Fire. His character in the film served as the main antagonist, who captures the ex-girlfriend of a mercenary, played by Diane Lane and Michael Paré, respectively.

Janet Maslin of The New York Times felt there were no great performances in the film, but praised Dafoe's "perfectly villainous" face. [21] Dafoe starred alongside Judge Reinhold in Roadhouse 66 (1985) as a pair of yuppies who become stranded in a town on U.S.

Route 66. [22] Later in 1985, Dafoe starred with William Petersen and John Pankow in William Friedkin's thriller To Live and Die in L.A., in which Dafoe portrays a counterfeiter named Rick Masters who is being tracked by two Secret Service agents. [23] Film critic Roger Ebert commended his "strong" performance in the film. [23] Dafoe's sole film release of 1986 was Oliver Stone's Vietnam War film Platoon, gaining him his widest exposure up to that point for playing the compassionate Sergeant Elias Grodin.

[24] He enjoyed the opportunity to play a heroic role and said the film gave him a chance to display his versatility, saying "I think all characters live in you. You just frame them, give them circumstances, and that character will happen." [25] Principal photography for the film took place in the Philippines and required Dafoe to undergo boot camp training. [26] Los Angeles Times green goblin actor Sheila Benson praised his performance and found it to be "particularly fine" to see Dafoe green goblin actor "something other than a psychopath".

[27] At the 59th Academy Awards, Dafoe was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, but the statuette was awarded to Michael Caine (for the 1986 film Hannah and Her Sisters). [28] Dafoe provided his voice to the documentary Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1987) and, in 1988, Dafoe starred in another film set during the Vietnam War, this time as Criminal Investigation Command Agent Buck McGriff in the action thriller Off Limits.

[29] [30] His second release of 1988 was Martin Scorsese's epic drama The Last Temptation of Christ, in which Dafoe portrayed Jesus. The film was adapted from the novel of the same name and depicts his struggle with various forms of temptation throughout his life. Like the novel, the film sparked controversy for departing from the biblical portrayal of Jesus and was branded as being blasphemous. [31] Dafoe's performance in the film was widely praised, however, with Janet Maslin opining that Dafoe brought a "gleaming intensity" to the role.

[32] In his final release of 1988, Dafoe starred opposite Gene Hackman in the crime thriller Mississippi Burning as a pair of FBI agents investigating the disappearance of three civil rights workers in fictional Jessup County, Mississippi during the civil rights movement.

Variety praised Dafoe's performance, writing, "Dafoe gives a disciplined and noteworthy portrayal of Ward", although they felt it was Hackman "who steals the picture". [33] As with The Last Temptation of Christ, the film was the subject of controversy, this time among African-American activists who criticized its fictionalization of events. [34] Dafoe was briefly considered for the role of the super-villain the Joker in the Tim Burton-directed superhero film Batman (1989), as screenwriter Sam Hamm noticed physical similarities, but was never offered the part that eventually went to Jack Nicholson.

[35] Dafoe starred in the drama Triumph of the Spirit in 1989 as Jewish Greek boxer Salamo Arouch, an Auschwitz concentration camp inmate who was forced to fight other internees to death for the Nazi officers' entertainment.

[36] It was filmed on location at Auschwitz, the first major film to do so. [36] While the film was negatively received, Dafoe's performance was lauded by some critics; Peter Travers of Rolling Stone felt he gave a "disciplined performance" and Janet Maslin thought he was "harrowingly good".

[36] [37] Dafoe reunited with Platoon director Oliver Stone for a small appearance in the biographical war drama Born on the Fourth of July (1989). Dafoe played a paraplegic, wheelchair-using Vietnam veteran who befriends the film's subject Ron Kovic (played by Tom Cruise), another paraplegic veteran. [38] 1990s [ edit ] Dafoe made a cameo appearance in John Waters' musical comedy Cry-Baby (1990) as a prison guard who gives a brief lecture on values to the title character, who is played by Johnny Depp.

Rita Kempley of The Washington Post found the scene to be one of the film's highlights. [39] In the same year, Dafoe co-starred in David Lynch's crime film Wild at Heart with Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern.

Dafoe played a criminal who engages in a robbery with Cage's character before demonstrating his dark side. [40] He wore fake, corroded teeth and grew a pencil moustache that bore resemblance to his previous collaborator, John Waters.

[40] Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman felt the role proved Dafoe as a "master of leering, fish-faced villainy". [40] In 1991, Dafoe starred with Danny Glover and Brad Johnson in the action film Flight of the Intruder. The film follows a pair of United States Navy pilots, played by Dafoe and Johnson, who scheme and participate in an unauthorized air strike on Hanoi. Directed by John Millius, the film received negative reviews. [41] He was due to star green goblin actor Joan Cusack in the comedy Arrive Alive in 1991, but the film was cancelled during production.

[42] Dafoe had two lead roles in 1992. The first to be released, White Sands, saw Dafoe a play small-town sheriff who impersonates a dead man after finding his dead body and a suitcase containing $500,000 to solve the case, resulting in an FBI investigation. [43] In his next starring role, Paul Schrader's drama Light Sleeper, Dafoe played John LeTour, a lonely, insomniac, New Yorker working as a delivery man for a drug supplier, who is played by Susan Sarandon.

Roger Ebert praised Dafoe's "gifted" portrayal of LeTour and Owen Gleiberman opined that "even when the film doesn't gel, one is held by Willem Dafoe's grimly compelling performance." [44] [45] Dafoe next starred in the erotic thriller Body of Evidence (1993) with Madonna. The story concerns a lawyer, played by Dafoe, who engages in a sadomasochistic sexual relationship with the woman he is representing in a murder case.

The film was panned by critics and performed poorly at the box office, with some audience members laughing during the sex scenes. [46] In his review of the film, Vincent Canby felt that Dafoe lacked sensuality in the role. [47] Later in 1993, Dafoe appeared in a supporting role as Emit Flesti (an anagram of Time Itself) in the German fantasy film Faraway, So Close!, directed by Wim Wenders.

[48] Dafoe then co-starred in the spy thriller Clear and Present Danger (1994), an adaptation of the Tom Clancy novel of the name starring Green goblin actor Ford as CIA operative Jack Ryan. Dafoe played John Clark, a CIA agent conducting a covert operation against a drug cartel in Colombia with Jack Ryan.

[49] Dafoe portrayed the poet T. S. Eliot in the drama Tom & Viv (also in 1994), which tells the story of Eliot and his first wife, Vivienne Haigh-Wood Eliot, who was played by Miranda Richardson. The film was met with a mixed reception from critics, although Green goblin actor James of The New York Times felt that Dafoe's "stunningly sharp, sympathetic portrait raises the film above a script that is full of serious holes and stilted dialogue".

[50] In 1995, he played an 18th-century writer in the period drama The Night and the Moment. [51] "I really made a conscious effort to mix it up, not because in itself it's not the job of an actor to do all different things, but for me that's what I'm interested in.

You've got to be careful because you've got to work with what you have, not just for vanity's sake, but I think the best part of being an actor sometimes is the opportunity to transform yourself superficially, and deeply." —Dafoe on his avoidance of being typecast as a villain, 1998 [52] In his first of three film appearances in 1996, Dafoe made a cameo appearance as an electrician in the biographical drama Basquiat.

[53] Next, he played a Canadian Intelligence Corps operative in the romantic war drama The English Patient, which starred Ralph Fiennes as desert explorer Count László Almásy.

The English Patient was filmed in Tuscany, where Dafoe said he particularly enjoyed the "quiet moments in the monastery between shoots". [54] In the period drama Victory—which was filmed in 1994 and premiered in Europe in 1996, but was not released until 1998—Dafoe played a European living on an island in the Southeast Asia who becomes the target of redemption after preventing a woman, played by Irène Jacob, from being raped.

[55] In 1997, Dafoe returned to playing a villainous role in the action thriller Speed 2: Cruise Control, expressing the necessity of appearing in both independent and blockbuster films. [56] The film starred Sandra Bullock and Jason Patric as a couple vacationing on a luxury cruise that has been hijacked by Dafoe's character, Geiger, a hacker that has programmed the ship to crash into an oil tanker.

Speed 2 was met with overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics, [57] with Dafoe himself receiving a Razzie Award nomination for Worst Supporting Actor. [58] For his next film, Affliction (1997), Dafoe worked with Paul Schrader for a second time, playing the brother of Nick Nolte's character and served as the film's narrator. [59] Also in 1997, Dafoe took on a voice acting role in an episode of the animated sitcom The Simpsons titled " The Secret War of Lisa Simpson", voicing the commandant of a military academy that Bart and Lisa Simpson are attending.

[60] Following a villainous supporting role green goblin actor the romantic mystery drama Lulu on the Bridge, [61] Dafoe starred alongside Christopher Walken and Asia Argento in Abel Ferrara's cyberpunk drama New Rose Hotel in 1998. It follows X (Dafoe) and Fox (Walken), a pair of corporate raiders attempting to lure a Japanese scientist from one megacorporation to another.

Although the film was largely dismissed by critics, [62] critic David Stratton found there to be "compensation" in the performances. [63] In 1999, Dafoe gave a supporting performance in David Cronenberg's Existenz, a science fiction thriller in which he played a gas station owner named Gas. [64] Later in the year, Dafoe starred in the action film The Boondock Saints. He played an eccentric, gay FBI agent assigned with investigating a series of murders committed by the MacManus twins (played by Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) who are acting as vigilantes in Boston, Massachusetts after an act of self-defense.

The Boondock Saints was negatively received by film critics, largely for its extreme violence and lack of emotional depth, though some critics praised Dafoe's role in the film. [65] [66] The film performed poorly at the box office, green goblin actor has since been branded as being a cult film.

[67] 2000s [ edit ] Dafoe's portrayal of Max Schreck ( pictured) in Shadow of the Vampire (2000) earned him a second Academy Award nomination In his first film of the 2000s, Dafoe was featured in a supporting role in American Psycho (2000) as a private investigator investigating the disappearance of a co-worker of Patrick Bateman (played by Christian Bale), an investment banker who leads a double life as a serial killer.

[68] His next film of 2000, Steve Buscemi's crime drama Animal Factory, starred as Dafoe an incarcerated veteran con-man who takes a young inmate (played by Edward Furlong) under his wing and introduces to him to his gang. The film was positively received by critics and Elvis Mitchell of The New York Times wrote that "Dafoe steals the picture with his comic timing".

[69] Shadow of the Vampire, his final film of the year, saw him portray a fictionalized version of the German actor Max Schreck during the production of the 1922 horror film Nosferatu, in which Schreck starred as the vampire Count Orlok. Dafoe's co-star John Malkovich portrayed the film's director, F. W. Murnau. The film delves into fiction when, over the course of Nosferatu 's production, the cast and crew come to discover that Schreck is actually a vampire himself.

Much of the film's critical praise went to Dafoe; Roger Ebert wrote that Dafoe "embodies the Schreck of Nosferatu so uncannily that when real scenes from the silent classic are slipped into the frame, we don't notice a difference". [70] The Chicago Reader critic Jonathan Rosenbaum opined felt the film's "only redeeming quality" was Dafoe's "enjoyably over-the-top, eye-rolling performance". [71] Dafoe received numerous awards and nominations for his performance, including his second Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor nomination.

[72] Dafoe took on two leading roles in 2001, both of which were as priests. In the drama Pavilion of Women, he played green goblin actor American priest living in China who falls in love with a local married woman (played by the film's screenwriter Luo Yan) while giving her son a Western education. [73] He then starred opposite Haley Joel Osment in Edges of the Lord, playing a compassionate priest helping a young Jewish boy pose as a Catholic to protect him during Nazi Germany's occupation of Poland.

[74] Dafoe played the supervillain the Green Goblin in Sam Raimi's 2002 superhero film Spider-Man, starring Tobey Maguire green goblin actor the titular Marvel Comics superhero. Dafoe played the Norman Osborn incarnation of the Green Goblin, the billionaire founder and owner of the corporation Oscorp, becoming the Green Goblin after testing an unstable strength enhancer on himself, turning him insane and making him extremely powerful.

Osborn is a family friend of Spider-Man's secret identity Peter Parker as Osborn's son, Harry Osborn (played by James Franco), is a close friend of Parker. The role required Dafoe to wear an uncomfortable costume and mask that made it impossible to emote using his face, confining Dafoe to convey emotion through his voice and head movements. Dafoe also had to wear a prosthetic teeth for his part as Norman whereas the hallucinations of the character had Dafoe in his natural teeth.

[75] Dafoe's role in the film was generally well-received, including a New York Daily News reviewer who felt he put "the scare in archvillain" and Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian who deemed him "strong support". [76] [77] Conversely, critic A. O. Scott wrote that his performance was "uninspired green goblin actor secondhand". [78] Dafoe at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival Later in 2002, Dafoe starred with Greg Kinnear in Paul Schrader's biographical film Auto Focus, Dafoe's third collaboration with Schrader.

Dafoe portrayed John Henry Carpenter, an electronics expert who develops green goblin actor strange friendship with the actor Bob Crane, leading Crane into a downward spiral. [79] Dafoe provided his voice to the computer-animated Pixar film Finding Nemo in 2003. Dafoe voiced Gill, a moorish idol fish who helps Nemo, a clownfish, in his struggle to find his parents. [80] In the same year, Dafoe appeared in a small but pivotal role as a drug cartel kingpin planning a coup d'état against the President of Mexico in Robert Rodriguez's action film Once Upon a Time in Mexico.

[81] The murder mystery The Reckoning was Dafoe's final film of 2003, in which he starred with Paul Bettany. The film takes place during the Middle Ages and saw Dafoe play the leader of acting troupe that recreate the events surrounding a woman accused of witchcraft and murder, who they believe is innocent.

[82] Dafoe lent his voice and likeness to the James Bond video game James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (2004) as the villain Nikolai Diavolo. [83] The following year, Dafoe took on another villainous role in The Clearing, albeit with a more sympathetic approach.

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Dafoe co-starred as a man who kidnaps his former boss (played by Robert Redford) in exchange for a ransom. The film received mixed reviews, although Peter Travers felt that he added a note of "vulnerability to the menace he has made his stock in trade". [84] Dafoe reprised his role as Norman Osborn in Spider-Man 2 (2004), appearing to his son Harry in an hallucination.

The cameo was suggested by Dafoe, comparing it to the ghost of Hamlet's father visiting his son to ask him to avenge his death. [85] Dafoe was next seen in the comedy-drama The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004), his first of three films with director Wes Anderson.

He played the "hilariously doltish" German first mate of a research vessel owned by the eponymous lead character, who is played by Bill Murray. [86] [87] Dafoe then had a small role as a tabloid magazine editor in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator (2004), a biographical film about Howard Hughes starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

[88] Also in 2004, Dafoe narrated the documentary Final Cut: The Making and Unmaking of Heaven's Gate, chronicling the production of Heaven's Gate and co-starred as a neuropharmacologist in the direct-to-video thriller Control (2004) alongside Ray Liotta and Michelle Rodriguez. [89] [90] Dafoe co-starred in XXX: State of the Union (2005), an action film sequel starring Ice Cube in which Dafoe played a US Secretary of Defense attempting a coup d'état against the President of the United States.

[91] It was largely panned by critics, although Dafoe stated he did not regret appearing in the film. [92] With the avant-garde drama Manderlay in 2005, Dafoe began another actor-director collaboration, this time with Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier.

Dafoe co-starred in the film as the father of Bryce Dallas Howard's character, a woman who discovers a plantation still thriving as if slavery had never been abolished.

[93] Along with his wife Giada Colagrande, Dafoe co-wrote and starred in Before It Had a Name (2005), which Colagrande directed. Dafoe played the caretaker of a house that is green goblin actor by green goblin actor lover of its deceased owner, engaging in a sexual relationship with her. The film was excoriated by a Variety reviewer as a "wannabe haunted house tale laced with silly sex scenes" and an "embarrassment".

[94] His fourth and final film appearance of 2005 was the crime thriller Ripley Under Ground, in which he played a museum curator. green goblin actor Dafoe had a supporting role in Spike Lee's 2006 crime thriller Inside Man, playing a veteran captain of the NYPD Emergency Services Unit helping with a hostage negotiation during a bank heist on Wall Street.

[96] Dafoe co-starred as the White House Chief of Staff in American Dreamz, a comedy satirizing both popular entertainment and American politics. His character was described as a "diminutive version of Dick Cheney, with wire-rimmed glasses and a fringe of white hair" by The Times writer Caryn James. [97] He starred with Juliette Binoche in a short film directed by Nobuhiro Suwa as part of the 2006 anthology film Paris, je t'aime.

[98] Dafoe at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival In 2007, Dafoe played a pretentious film director in the British comedy film Mr. Bean's Holiday, starring Rowan Atkinson as Mr. Bean. The Hollywood Reporter thought that Dafoe appeared to think he was "in a pantomime", [99] while a New York Times reviewer felt he was "amusing" in the role.

[100] Dafoe starred as the owner of a strip club in Abel Ferrara's Go Go Tales (2007); Manohla Dargis praised his "twitchy, sympathetic performance" in the film.

[101] In the same year, Dafoe voiced the main villain, an evil wizard, in the English dub of the Japanese animated fantasy film Tales from Earthsea, [102] had a supporting role as a US Senator in the drama The Walker, his fourth collaboration with Paul Schrader, [103] and took on the lead role in the psychological thriller Anamorph, in which Dafoe played a detective who notices the case he is investigating bears similarities to a previous case of his. [104] He also reprised his role again as Norman Osborn in Spider-Man 3 (2007) in a brief cameo.

[105] Dafoe starred with Ryan Reynolds, Julia Roberts, and Emily Watson in the drama Fireflies in the Garden, which premiered at Berlinale in 2008 but was not released theatrically until 2011.

Dafoe played a cold, domineering English professor who has a strained relationship with his family. The film received mostly negative reviews, although the performances were generally praised. [106] Roger Ebert thought that Dafoe was "fearsome" in the role, [107] while Manohla Dargis felt he and Roberts were "awkwardly matched" as a married couple. [108] Dafoe co-starred as SS Nazi officer in Paul Schrader's Adam Resurrected (2008), which starred Jeff Goldblum as a concentration camp internee.

[109] In his final release of 2008, Dafoe starred in the Greek drama The Dust of Time as an American film director of Greek green goblin actor making a film his mother's (played by Irène Jacob) life. The critic Peter Brunette felt the cast's performances, especially Dafoe's, were unconvincing.

[110] Dafoe appeared in seven films in 2009, the first of which was in Lars von Trier's experimental film Antichrist. Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg played a couple whose relationship becomes increasingly sexually violent and sadomasochistic after retreating to a cabin in the woods following the death of their child. The film received a polarized response from critics and audiences, [111] receiving both applause and boos at the Cannes Film Festival and was called the "most shocking movie" to be shown at the festival because of its graphic sex scenes.

[112] [113] Roger Ebert commended Dafoe's and Gainsbourg's performances as being "heroic and fearless". [114] During an interview with L Magazine, it was revealed Dafoe had a stand in for green goblin actor where his character's penis was on screen as his own was too big. [115] Dafoe next had a small role in the French thriller Farewell as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and co-starred opposite Michael Shannon in Werner Herzog's My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?, in which he played a detective attempting to figure out why a troubled man killed his own mother.

[116] [117] Dafoe played a former vampire who has a cure that can save the human species in the science fiction horror film Daybreakers, which starred Ethan Hawke as a vampire hematologist. Richard Corliss of Time magazine wrote that Dafoe "triumphs over some awful dialogue by giving the role his nutsy-greatsy weirdness". [118] Dafoe had a voice role in Wes Anderson's stop-motion animated film Fantastic Mr. Fox starring George Clooney as the titular Roald Dahl character.

Fresh Air critic David Edelstein felt Dafoe was one of the film's highlights as a "hep-cat, knife-wielding rat security guard". [119] Dafoe reprised his role from The Boondock Saints in The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, making a brief green goblin actor appearance.

[120] His final appearance of the year was in Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant, another film centring around vampires in which Dafoe played the foppish vampire Gavner Purl. [121] Between October and December 2009, Dafoe appeared in Richard Foreman's surrealist play Idiot Savant at The Public Theater. [122] 2010s [ edit ] Dafoe appeared in green goblin actor films that premiered at the Venice International Film Festival in 2010, [123] making a brief appearance in Julian Schnabel's political thriller Miral, which some reviewers found to be distracting.

[124] [125] and starred in his wife Giada Colagrande's film A Woman. [123] Also in 2010, Dafoe began voicing Clarence, the Birds Eye polar bear mascot in the company's television commercials in the United Kingdom, [126] and narrated Into the Deep: America, Whaling & the World, a Ric Burns documentary about the history of the whaling industry in the United States. [127] Dafoe at the premiere of The Hunter in 2011 Dafoe's first of two leading roles in 2011 was in Abel Ferrara's apocalyptic drama 4:44 Last Day on Earth, his third film with Ferrara.

He played an actor spending his last hours on Earth before the end of the world with his much-younger lover (played by Shanyn Leigh). The film garnered a poor reaction critics, with a reviewer for Paste stating "there's only so much depth [Dafoe] can bring to such a shallow character". [128] Dafoe then starred in the Australian drama The Hunter, playing a professional hunter who travels to Tasmania to hunt down the world's only remaining thylacine. Critic Stephen Holden wrote in his review of the green goblin actor, "Even in the "toughest, most macho roles.

[Dafoe] retains a tinge of Christ-like sweetness and vulnerability". [129] In 2011, Dafoe began narrating a series of television commercials for the Greek yogurt company Fage and starred in a Jim Beam commercial titled "Bold Choices".

[130] [131] [132] Dafoe starred alongside Marina Abramović and Gretchen Mol in the play The Life and Death of Marina Abramović, which premiered at The Lowry in 2011. [133] [134] Dafoe played Martian chieftain Tars Tarkas in the Disney film John Carter (2012), using motion capture to portray the multi-limbed character.

[135] The film was a box office failure and ranks among the biggest box-office bombs of all time. [136] Later in 2012, Dafoe co-starred in the low-budget crime thriller Tomorrow You're Gone with Stephen Dorff and Michelle Monaghan. [137] In 2013, Dafoe played a police officer in the supernatural thriller Odd Thomas, starring Anton Yelchin as the titular character that possesses supernatural powers to see the dead. [138] Using motion-capture acting technology, Dafoe co-starred alongside Elliot Page in David Cage's video game Beyond: Two Souls (2013) as a paranormal activity researcher who acts as the surrogate-father-figure to a girl who possesses supernatural powers.

[139] The game polarized reviewers, although Dafoe and Page's performance were widely praised. [140] In Scott Cooper's Out of the Furnace (2013), starring Christian Bale, Dafoe played the supporting role of a bookmaker running an illegal gambling operation.

[141] Dafoe next appeared in Lars von Trier's two-part erotic art film Nymphomaniac, his third and final film release of 2013. In the film, Dafoe played a green goblin actor businessman who hires Charlotte Gainsbourg's character to work as a debt collector using sex and sadomasochism. [142] Also in 2013, Dafoe played the devil in a Mercedes-Benz Super Bowl commercial [143] and starred in three short student films as part of a competition sponsored by Jameson Irish Whiskey. [144] In 2014, Dafoe portrayed a wealthy private banker with connections to the Russia mafia opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman in Anton Corbijn's espionage thriller A Most Wanted Man.

[145] Dafoe worked with Wes Anderson for a third time with the comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel (also 2014), featuring as the henchman of Adrien Brody's character alongside an ensemble cast led by Ralph Fiennes. [146] Dafoe next starred alongside Matt Dillon as a detective in the crime thriller Bad Country, which critic Justin Chang dismissed as being "blandly constructed".

[147] Dafoe at the 2017 Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival In May 2014, Dafoe served as member of the main competition jury at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. [148] He was next featured in a supporting role as a mean-spirited, alcoholic author who is visited by a pair of cancer patients, who are played by Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, in the romantic drama The Fault in Our Stars.

[149] Dafoe once again collaborated with Ferrara on the drama Pasolini, in which he played Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini during his last days before his murder in 1975.

Film critic Peter Bradshaw noted the physical similarities between Dafoe and Pasolini, although felt Dafoe had too little screen time in the film. [150] His final film of 2014 green goblin actor the action thriller John Wick starring Keanu Reeves, in which Dafoe appeared as the mentor to the titular character, a former hitman who is forced out of retirement to seek vengeance for the killing of his puppy. [151] Dafoe stated he found the use of gun fu combat created an interesting mix of action, stating "you have the grace of martial arts, but then the bang of the gun".

[152] His performance in the film was generally well received by critics, including Peter Travers who felt he provided "ample compensation".

[153] Dafoe made his second guest appearance in the animated sitcom The Simpsons in November 2014, voicing a new school teacher who bullies Bart Simpson profusely. [154] Dafoe starred in the late Brazilian director's Héctor Babenco's final film My Hindu Friend (2015) as a film director close to death who befriends a Hindu 8-year-old boy while hospitalized.

[155] The black comedy Dog Eat Dog (2016), Dafoe's sixth film with Paul Schrader, starred Dafoe and Nicolas Cage as a pair of green goblin actor hired to kidnap a baby. [156] In the same year, Dafoe reprised his voice role as Gill, a Moorish idol fish, from Finding Nemo in its sequel Finding Dory.

[157] He next played the boss of Gerard Butler's character in the drama A Family Man and starred in Loris Gréaud's arthouse science fiction film Sculpt, which was only screened at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for one person at a time.

[158] [159] His final film of the year was the monster film The Great Wall, a Chinese-American co-production directed by Zhang Yimou starring Matt Damon as a European mercenary in China defending the Great Wall of China from a horde of monsters, in which Dafoe played a former adventurer working as a teacher in China. [160] Also in 2016, Dafoe appeared in another Super Bowl commercial, this time for Snickers, recreating Marilyn Monroe's iconic white dress scene from the film The Seven Year Itch.

[161] Dafoe at the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival In 2017, Dafoe co-starred in Sean Baker's drama The Florida Project as the manager of a motel in Kissimmee, Florida who houses a toxic mother and her six-year-old daughter.

The film and his performance received enormous critical acclaim, with The Washington Post critic Ann Hornaday writing that "Dafoe delivers his finest performance in recent memory, bringing to levelheaded, unsanctimonious life a character who offers a glimmer of hope and caring within a world markedly short on both".

[162] Dafoe earned his third Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor nomination, as well as nominations at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards, and BAFTA Awards.

[163] [164] In 2017, Dafoe also played and voiced the character of Ryuk, a demonic death god from Japanese mythology, in Netflix's Death Note, and adaptation of the Japanese supernatural-thriller manga of the same name.

He then narrated Australian documentarian Jennifer Peedom's documentary Mountain. [165] Also that year, he co-starred as Gerhard Hardman in a film adaptation of Agatha Christie's detective novel Murder on the Orient Express, directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh; [166] and played Atlantean scientist Nuidis Vulko in a deleted role in Zack Snyder's Justice League.

[167] [168] He later played Nuidis Vulko in a leading role in James Wan's 2018 film Aquaman. The same year, Dafoe played Vincent van Gogh in the biographical drama At Eternity's Gate, for which he received the Volpi Cup for Best Actor and an Academy Award for Best Actor nomination among other awards and accolades. His performance drew raves from film critics.

Peter Keough of Boston Globe said Dafoe "may be the best actor around for expressing an inner life in extremis." [169] In 2019, he had a supporting role in Edward Norton's period crime drama Motherless Brooklyn where he played powerful developer Moses Randolph's "beaten and broken" brother.

[170] In the same year, he played a lighthouse keeper on a storm-swept island in Robert Eggers' psychological horror The Lighthouse opposite Robert Pattinson. It had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, where the film and Dafoe's performance received high praise. [171] Owen Gleiberman of Variety said "Both actors are sensational (and they work together like one), but in terms of sheer showboating power it’s Dafoe’s movie." [172] Dafoe portrayed sled dog breeder, trainer, and musher Leonhard Seppala in Togo.

2020s [ edit ] Dafoe appears in Wes Anderson's ensemble period comedy The French Dispatch and Guillermo del Toro's neo-noir psychological thriller Nightmare Alley, which were both released in 2021, and Robert Eggers's historical thriller The Northman, set for a 2022 release date. All projects pushed their release dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

[173] [174] In 2020, The New York Times ranked him No. 18 in its list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century. [175] In February 2021, it was announced that Dafoe will be co-starring alongside Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo in Yorgos Lanthimos's Poor Things. [176] [177] [178] Dafoe reprised his role as Green Goblin from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home, released on December 17, 2021.

In order to avoid having his role in the film prematurely revealed, Dafoe wore a cloak on-set to conceal his appearance from being outed publicly. The star of the film, Tom Holland, said that he got scared after bumping into Dafoe by accident one day on set and only then found out about his role in the film. [179] [180] Also, like Alfred Molina (who reprised his role as Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus in the film), Dafoe was digitally de-aged for the character's 2002 self.

On January 18, 2022, it was announced that Dafoe would host Saturday Night Live on January 29, 2022, with musical guest singer Katy Perry. [181] Personal life [ edit ] Dafoe and his wife, Giada Colagrande, at the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival In 1977, Dafoe began a relationship with director Elizabeth LeCompte. Their son, Jack, was born in 1982. [182] [183] [184] They separated in 2004 and were never married because "to her, marriage represented ownership". [185] Dafoe married Italian actress, director, and screenwriter Giada Colagrande on March 25, 2005, a year after the two had met in Rome at the premiere of one of her films.

Dafoe said in 2010, "We were having lunch and I said: 'Do you want to get married tomorrow?'" They did so the following afternoon at a small ceremony with two friends as witnesses. [182] The couple worked together on her films Before It Had a Name and A Woman.

[182] They divide their time between Rome, [186] New York City, and Los Angeles. [182] He now holds dual American and Italian citizenship.

[186] Dafoe is a pescetarian and avoids eating meat, believing "animal farms are one of the main causes of the destruction of the planet". [187] He practices ashtanga yoga every day.

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No other villain has inflicted the level of pain and tragedy on Peter Parker that Norman Osborn has. It's no surprise many other villains have tried to claim the title for themselves or how frequently the original Goblin appears in adaptations. RELATED: Spider-Man No Way Home: Every Villain, Ranked By Introduction Looking across the major adaptations of Spider-Man that feature the Goblin, including film and animation, there have been many performers in the role.

While some mediums may have an unfair advantage over others, some Green Goblin actors perfectly captured the essence of Spider-Man's archenemy. Spider-Man's first foray into animation was the 1967 cartoon produced by Grantray-Lawrence Animation then Krantz Films. The series is infamous for its low budget, which is clear in both its animation and performances.

Across three appearances as the Goblin, Len Carlson does a fairly generic screechy villain voice. The Goblin is also vastly different from the comic book version, and instead of a maniacal mastermind, he's a dimwitted robber obsessed with magic. Combined with no reference to his human identity, the implication is that he's an actual Goblin.

Spider-Man Unlimited stranded the hero on "Counter-Earth," populated by unusual versions of his usual supporting cast. This version of the Goblin is a super hero, for one thing. His real name is Hector Jones, and instead of a glider, he traverses with mechanical wings. Voiced by Rino Romano (who also voiced Spider-Man himself), the Goblin's eccentricities are played more for comedy than menace.

Like Unlimited itself, Romano's performance is the black sheep oddball in the Goblin green goblin actor. The Marvel cartoons of the 1980s were only a marginal improvement on the cheapness of the 1960s. The Green Green goblin actor was the debut villain in Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends. This iteration was also one of the first to play up the Jekyll & Hyde dichotomy within the villain.

This Norman Osborn transforms into the Goblin versus just wearing a costume. However, Dennis Marks gets scant screen-time as Osborn, and his Goblin voice is too high-pitched to be scary. Chris Cooper briefly played Norman Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but he never got a chance to suit up as the Goblin.

Instead, his son Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) becomes the Green Goblin, even usurping comic Norman's claim to fame as Gwen Stacy's murderer. RELATED: 10 Movies That Killed Their Franchise Before his heel transformation, DeHaan plays Harry as too obviously disturbed and unlikeable, and he gets only scant screen-time suited up as the Goblin. The grotesque (in a bad way) design does little favors for DeHaan's performance. His cackle isn't too shabby, though. Despite its name, Ultimate Spider-Man took only slight influence from Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley's acclaimed comic.

One of the comic's ideas that the series did use was having Norman Osborn physically mutate into a Goblin-like green goblin actor. Steven Weber voiced both sides of the character. While he does a passable job capturing Norman's smarm, his Goblin voice is a fairly generic "deep bad guy voice." The most recent animated Goblin featured in Disney XD's Marvel's Spider-Man.

Puzzlingly, this Norman Osborn (voiced by Josh Keaton) green goblin actor never actually referred to as "The Green Goblin." Instead, he first assumes the Hobgoblin identity from his son Harry (the opposite of the usual succession) then becomes the Dark Goblin in Season 3, subtitled Maximum Venom.

Keaton isn't bad in the role, but for viewers familiar with his past voice-work as Spider-Man himself, there's a dissonance that can be hard to overcome.

Insomniac Studios' Spider-Man took a different route with Osborn. Instead of the Green Goblin or an industrialist, he's New York City's authoritarian mayor, and just as much a thorn in Spider-Man's side as usual. Mark Rolston is quite good as Osborn, disarming in one breath and sinister in another. Rolston clearly uses his previous experience voicing Lex Luthor on Young Justiceas the basis green goblin actor his Osborn. However, since he hasn't yet voiced the Goblin, he can't be ranked any higher.

Neil Ross had two chances to voice the Goblin. The better of his performances is in 1994's Spider-Man. Ross spends the first two seasons voicing Norman Osborn before reprising the Goblin in Season 3.

Like some past performances, his Goblin voice is a bit too high-pitched to be scary. It's rather reminiscent of the one Alan Oppenheimer used for Skeletor on He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe, and it pales in comparison to Mark Hamill's cool, menacing performance as the Hobgoblin.

However, Ross does succeed at making Osborn and the Goblin sound like distinct entities. This was a vital attribute, since this series played up the Goblin as an alternate personality of Osborn's. While The Green Goblin's true identity is common knowledge, The Spectacular Spider-Man chose to replicate the original mystery surrounding the character, and he was only unmasked in the series finale, "Final Curtain." It's a testament to the series' writing that they still created a compelling mystery and, thanks to some misdirection, the inevitable conclusion didn't always seem that inevitable.

Different voice actors were used for Norman Osborn and the Goblin to preserve the uncertainty, as Alan Rachins played the former while Steve Blum played the latter. Alan Rachins is reliably good as the stern and aloof Norman, but Blum is an outright scene-stealer and the first voice actor to successfully make the Goblin scary.

Willem Dafoe is one of the greatest living actors, and he's pitch-perfect as both Norman and the Goblin in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. He conveys the differences between the more timid Norman and the animated Goblin with intonations and body language — it's never subtle, but he's not trying green goblin actor be.

Indeed, so many of Dafoe's facial expressions and line readings in Spider-Man have become iconic it'd be impossible to list them all. Dafoe's Green Goblin is so good that it couldn't be anyone else. Dafoe was so perfect, in fact, that Marvel Studios conceded no other actor could outdo him as the Goblin, and so just brought back the man himself for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Hopping back into the role like he never left, Dafoe's enormous and entertaining performance highlights an energy often absent from MCU performances — he's not just acting, he's having fun.

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