LOS ANGELES: Veteran actor Alfred Molina is set to reconsider his role as Doctor Octopus’ opponent in “Spider-Man 3”, starring Tom Holland. Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that Molina played Otto Octavius, an eight-legged villain who turned into a scientist who broke the path that challenged Toby Maguire’s Spider-Man in Sam Rimi’s 2004 film “Spider-Man 2”. A sequel to the director’s 2002 film.
The actor, who has starred in the series “Frida”, “The Da Vinci Code” and “Feud: Pet and Zone”, was first rumored to be part of the upcoming Marvel-Sony movie late last month. Seen in the package. In addition to Molina, Jamie Foxx, who played Andrew Garfield’s web-slinker in 2014’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”, is also coming as an electro. In October, Fox mentioned in a deleted Instagram post that three different Spider-Men might appear in the picture.
Holland will be seen co-starring with John Watts, director of “Spider-Man 3”, who will be releasing “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “Spider-Man: Four for Home” on December 17, 2021. Benedict Cumberbatch will also be reviewing his Doctor Strange role, and the returning Spider-Man ownership stars are expected to include Gentia, Marisa Tommy, Jacob Badlon and Tony Revolory.
Marilyn and Sonny have no idea about Molina’s performance.