Willem Dafoe Reveals Why He’s Open To A Return As The Green Goblin
Willem Dafoe mentioned he’s open to enjoying Norman Osborn, a.okay.a. the Green Goblin, once more “if everything was right.”
Dafoe, who performed the Green Goblin within the 2002 movie “Spider-Man” and once more within the 2021 film “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” defined his emotions towards his iconic efficiency because the villain throughout an interview with Inverse printed this week.
“I mean, that’s a great role,” Dafoe mentioned.
“I liked the fact that it’s a double role both times. Twenty years ago, and fairly recently, both times [were] very different experiences, but I had a good time on both.”
Dafoe, who stars within the newly-released movie “Inside,” has been open about his love for the function prior to now.
He informed Vanity Fair in 2019 that he did a display take a look at for the half in “Spider-Man” from his resort room in Spain.
“That’s how I got the role, I had to fight for that role,” Dafoe mentioned.
“My friends were like ‘Really? You’re going to make a cartoon movie?’ Some of them snobbed it but I thought ‘No, this’ll be cool, this is interesting.’ Movies from comics were not a normal thing. It felt like something new.”
Dafoe, who was amongst a variety of actors thought of for the half together with Nicolas Cage and John Malkovich, informed GQ in 2019 that his “more interesting role” in “Spider-Man” was his one as a father.
“You could play these scenes where it would switch from comedy to drama in a line,” mentioned Dafoe, who referred to the Thanksgiving dinner scene.
“There’s a couple of scenes that still make me laugh because they’re so double-edged and they go back and forth between being really heavy and really kind of silly. And the movie is filled with that.”