Willem Dafoe reveals why he’s ready to return as the Green Goblin

Willem Dafoe said he was ready to play Norman Osborn, also known as Green GoblinAgain same “if would all was true.”

Dafoe played the Green Goblin in the 2002 film “Spidermanand again in the 2021 film Spider-Man: No Way Home explained his feelings about his iconic performance as a villain during interview with inversion published this week.

“I mean, it’s a great role,” Dafoe said.

“I liked that both times it was a double role. Twenty years ago and more recently both times [were] very different experiences, but I had a good time on both.”

Dafoe, who starred in the recently released film Inside, has been open about his love for the role in the past.

He told Vanity Fair in 2019 that he did a screen test for Spider-Man in his hotel room in Spain.

“That’s how I got the part, I had to fight for the part,” Dafoe said.

“My friends are like, ‘Really? Are you going to make a cartoon? Some of them were snobbish about it, but I thought, “No, that’s going to be cool, that’s interesting.” Movies based on comics were not commonplace. It looked like something new.”

Dafoe is among several actors considered for the role, including Nicolas Cage And John Malkovich, told GQ in 2019 that his “more interesting role” in Spider-Man was that of a father figure.

“You can act out these scenes that go from comedy to drama in one line,” said Dafoe, who thanksgiving dinner scene mentioned.

“There are a couple of scenes that still make me laugh because they are so double-edged and they are either heavy or stupid. And the film is full of it.”