After long waiting , Spider-Man: There is no room for home Finally in cinemas, and it ended up having the second highest opening weekend at the box office then Avengers: Endgame. The new movie breaks box office records and becomes a huge hit with fans. The film also saw the return of multiple actors from previous Spider-Man films, some of whom appeared in a new behind-the-scenes video shared by ClipMania01 on YouTube. One person featured during the video is Alfred Molina, who has returned to his role as Doc Ock from spider-man 2.
“BTS stills for NWH. TM Marvel Studios and Sony,” the video caption read. You can watch everything from Molina’s big entry to Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) running in Spidey’s suit, in the video below:
In addition to Molina, the film also sees Jamie Foxx return as Electro The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Willem Dafoe as Green Goblin from 2002 Spider Man. When it comes to the return of the iconic villains, the news officially broke earlier this year when Molina spilled the beans while chatting with diverse.
“When we were shooting at her, we were all told not to talk about it, because it was supposed to be a big secret,” Molina said. “But, you know, it’s spreading all over the internet. I’ve actually called myself Hollywood’s worst kept secret!” He joked, “It was cool…It was so exciting going back 17 years later to play the same role, given that in the intervening years, I now have two chins, crow’s feet, crow’s feet, and a bit of a lower back dribble.”
“For me, it’s just about the money,” Molina joked recently when asked why he wanted to go back to Marvel. It’s strange that one day William and I were talking about how [it’s been] 20 years since his Green Goblin debut and 17 years since my first Doc Ock, these are the longest choices the studio has made on actors. You know it’s like we’ve been waiting, but the material, the pitch, they were excellent. To be honest, when the idea was first proposed, my first thought was, ‘Wait, I’m 17. I have chins, I have wrinkles. What will they do?’ Then, of course, I suddenly realized, wait a minute, they’ve got the technology, that wouldn’t be a problem. But it was so nice to go back to something that was as familiar as you know but completely new at the same time. Technology has evolved tremendously since the last two decades, you know, and so it’s still kind of exciting.”
Spider-Man: There is no room for home Now playing in theaters.