Tom Holland prods how Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus and Jamie Foxx’s Electro will be different in Spider-Man: No Way Home than their earlier makes a big appearance. Molina previously depicted the atomic scientist in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 as he tried to tackle a risky material for a combination power project utilizing automated arm arms with man-made brainpower to settle it. A public demonstration turns out badly, however, and his better half is killed and he becomes ruined by the arms’ A.I., setting out on a path of annihilation to recreate the investigation for a bigger scope that threatens to obliterate New York City.
With simply a month remaining until the film’s highly-anticipated appearance, Holland talked with Total Film to discuss Spider-Man: No Way Home. The star opened up with regards to the profits of Molina’s Doc Ock and Foxx’s Electro, explaining how the actors ready for their different takes on the villains in comparison to their separate introductions. See what Holland said underneath:
“To see Alfred come in, and need to adjust and change to the way that the movies are made, yet in addition change director, and furthermore [the reality that] I’m now Spider-Man. It was truly interesting to see these actors adjust and change what they were doing to fit the advanced period.”
It’s interesting to note that while Holland’s latest remarks do affirm Jamie Foxx’s return as Electro in Spider-Man: No Way Home, none of the film’s marketing has given a legitimate gander at the villain. The principal trailer incorporated a short shot of a yellow electric charge, seemingly indicative of the adjustment of his appearance as promised by Foxx, yet the resulting banner and television spots have left his return as more prods of lightning bolts, raising interest with regards to the nature of his appearance. The truth will surface eventually when Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17.