Actor Willem Dafoe thinks that all the criticism, the shade, the outright hatred hurled at the Green Goblin’s original mask is what stimulant the powers-that-be to change the villain’s look in Spider-Man: No Way Home. In an interview with the New York Times where he speaks upon #SpidermanNoWayHome, the actor disclosed what he concludes contributed significantly to him smashing his mask instead of smashing pumpkins, by saying, “I must be honest, I am aware that there was some commentary of that[ Green Goblin] mask in the original[ Sam Raimi Spider-Man ]. We heard it fairly that it was probably a consideration, to change it up a little bit. I don’t think about that because I don’t think about emoting with my face. My face follows my mind. It’s just an expression of what you’re feeling.”While the Green Goblin did in fact wear a mask in the comics and the classic Fox Kids inspired streaks, his face was far more expressive than the static cover-up worn by Dafoe in the original Raimi # Spiderman film.


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