Everything CBM posted new photos in a Twitter post of No Way Home. Out of them, one doesn’t look pleasing to the eyes of Spider-Man fans. A new image that was released showed Doc Ock catching Spider-Man in one of his tentacles. Our Spidey is trying hard to get rid of his hold. However, the struggle looks real! Looks like, Doc Ock returned with a solid motive to give the web-slinger the hardest time of his life.
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No Way Home: New Images Show Doc Ock Catching Spider-Man Tight!
The No Way Home trailer gave all of us goosebumps when we heard and saw Alfred Molina saying “Hello Peter” in his Doc Ock attire. Alfred Molina last appeared as Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2. We all thought he’s gone and won’t ever appear again. However, the trailer shows the complete opposite. Alfred Molina is back and looks like with a bang.
New images from the movie show him holding Spidey tightly from his tentacle. Moreover, the image has the caption “Tangled Up“. One can easily tell how strong the grip is that Spider-Man is struggling. Well, yes, that’s what villains are for. Not to forget, it’s not just Doc Ock coming back, Green Goblin and Electro are back too. God bless our Spidey!
Doc Ock first appeared nearly two decades ago in the Spider-Man movie and since then he has managed to live in our hearts. Everybody loves Alfred Molina for his performance. His role has now become iconic. He last appeared in Spider-Man 2 wherein he sacrificed his life to save New York by destroying the nuclear reactor. However, the trailer and recent images show he wasn’t gone for the good. He’s back to give the web-slinger a hard time.
Alfred Molina is 68 years old, but he doesn’t look like that in the trailer. So it is quite obvious, he has been digitally de-aged. Also, Tom Holland once said that he views NWH as the end of the franchise. So, villains returning from the past make some sense. Fans seeing Doc Ock and Spider-Man fighting again might give them a nostalgic feeling. Didn’t it? Since this is something we last saw in 2004.
Whatever it is, we’ll get to experience everything on the big screen on 17th December 2021.