Still of HarryGoblin from ASM2 Released

Via comes this first look at Harry Osborn as the Green Goblin from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man sequel.

Spoiler Warning for the Spoiler Allergic. Click below for the full image.

–George Berryman!

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(18) Comments

  1. Jeff Flannigain

    As much as I'm not a fan of the Hulk-Goblin in Ultimate Spider-Man...I'd rather see a Hulk-Goblin than this Evil Ed/Leprechaun hybrid.

  2. B-Mask

    But we don't know that it can't be translated to film. Marvel studios has a racoon with a gun and a tree-man happening right now, which is why I wish they were designing the Spidey franchise!

  3. Adam Tomlinson

    I like it, at least what I've seen of it. I'll know more when I've seen it motion. The classic look can't be translated to film, so painting the actors face makes sense.

  4. AmFan15

    Wow George, you were right...the Goblin really does look EXACTLY like Evil Ed from Fright Night! (The classic 80's one, not the pointless remake.)

  5. B-Mask

    God, they really don't know what to do with the goblin, do they? What a confused design. With the Rhino and Electro they've been really streamlined so that they're both sensical to the world of ASM and aesthetically competent. But this guy? He could be any goon. Would love for them to find something really iconic to capture the Goblin both physically and metaphorically.

  6. justsomedude

    ok everyone keeps saying that s Harry Osborne as the Goblin but look closely that doesnt look like Harry at all

  7. Big John

    I'm with George. Norman is the superio--um, the better Goblin. But we'll see. I honestly have yet seen a Spider-Man movie that I have loved. (Yes even Spider-Man 2, IMHO, was dragged down by Maguire's weepy performance and the corny and predictable dialogue) However, I am always open to have my mind changed by a great Spidey film.

  8. Adam Tonlinson

    I wonder, if with some creative editing, if I can use this fight as the resolution to James Francos arc.

  9. George Berryman - Post author

    I liked the first Raimi Spider-Man despite the Goblin looking like a fourth season Power Rangers villain. That says something for Willem DaFoe's performance, when he can be taken seriously despite that laughable costume. The look doesn't irk me so much as the fact that Harry's the first Goblin and not Norman. Ugh.

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