Fans rejoiced when Dane DeHaan was cast as Harry Osborn in Marc Webb’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’. However, they were surprised to hear that this new version of Peter Parker’s good friend would be following in James Franco’s footsteps and taking up the mantle of the Green Goblin instead of Chris Cooper’s Norman Osborn. Granted, Franco was actually the “New Goblin”, but the less said about that the better. You get what I’m saying. Anyway, we got our first full look at the ‘Chronicle’ star in goblin gear thanks to some items from this year’s Toyfair. Later, we got to see an official shot from the film of the actor in his villainous attire. Now, we get a closer look at Spidey’s sinister foe.
Previously, we got a good look at DeHaan’s handsome Harry Osborn, but earlier this week, the world finally got an up close and personal look at his twisted alter ego, the Green Goblin. Unlike past iterations of the character, there are no masks here. In fact, the Oscorp logo is prominently displayed on his armor, so there isn’t really the option of having a secret identity for the heir to the Osborn Empire. Check out what a little bit of Goblin serum does to a pretty good-looking dude below thanks to Coming Soon:
And as if that picture wasn’t enough, we also can catch a glimpse of the Goblin’s hardware thanks to Entertainment Weekly. The publication not only offers good shots of Harry’s glider, but we also get to see Paul Giamatti’s Rhino in all his mechanized glory. Finally, there’s a great shot of director Webb with the legendary Stan Lee, probably from the day where he was filming his cameo. You can see those pictures in the gallery below:
What do you think about the Green Goblin’s look in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’? Are you a fan of Dane DeHaan’s haggard appearance? Do you think his equipment looks cool? And haven’t we seen that outfit that Gwen Stacy is wearing somewhere before? Share your thoughts and theories in the comment section.
‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Chris Cooper, Paul Giamatti, and Sally Field swings into theaters in 3D on May 2, 2014.