No Way Home costume technology has advanced
Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Alfred Molina and Willem Dafoe reveal how technology has dramatically improved their costumes for the film.
Alfred Molina and Willem Dafoe revealed how much more advanced their costumes are in Spider-Man: No Path Home.
At CCXP, the No way home the cast discussed their updated costumes, with Dafoe saying, “I don’t know how much we want to go wrong with spoilers, but the look is a little different. Norman and the Goblin are further away and have a few turns of more up their sleeves, so that’s not correct… there have been some improvements to the costume, let’s say. “
Molina explained how the new CG technology for Doctor Octopus’ tentacles was what happened No way homethe costume of Spider-man 2. “In the original movie, they were mechanical, and I had them attached to me and we had puppeteers working on them,” he said. “That’s the big difference.”
Molina also added that he was initially reluctant to return due to his age, but then realized that the new technology meant that wasn’t a hindrance. “When the idea was first suggested, my first thought was, ‘Wait. I’m 17 years older. I have chins, I have wrinkles, you know. I mean, what? ‘are they going to do?’ ” he said. “And then, of course, you suddenly realize, ‘Wait a minute, they’ve got the technology. It’s not going to be a problem. “”
The couple joked about what it’s like to wear the suits, explaining that they’re a lot more comfortable now than they were in the early 2000s. “I remember the initial fit. , to create the Green Goblin costume. I stood there for eight hours and they put different preformed pieces on me, “Dafoe explained. “Now they’re scanning me, and they can design it, and then make the costume and then try it on me. It’s a huge leap forward in technology.”
A new promo for No way home presents the new unmasked look of the Green Goblin, as he throws a pumpkin bomb at Spider-Man. The movie posters also tease other new features of the Goblin costume, such as goggles and an updated glider. While Doc Ock’s costume is largely the same, new red increases on his tentacles have led to fan theories that he is absorbing some of Tony Stark’s Iron Man tech from the Iron Spider costume.
Spider-Man: No Path Home is in theaters on December 17th.
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