Dr Octopus from Alfred Molina Terrified the young Tom Holland when Spider was released

If there is those who still question the influence that the Spider-Man trilogy of Sam Raimi had in superhero cinema, here we bring one of those funny Marvel anecdotes.

Spider-Man 2 featured Alfred Molina embodied one of the great towns of Marvel Trepamuros, Dr. Otto Octavius ​​, better known as Doctor Octupus.

The Molina character confronted Spider-Man of Tobey Maguire on the tape that also starred Kristen Dunst as Mary Jane Watson.

Well, back in 2004, when Spider-Man was premiered, Tom Holland, who currently embodies Peter Parker in Marvel s cinematographic universe, had only 8 years old.

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In a recent interview with Empire (via CBR), Holland recalls the authentic panic he had when he saw the Doctor Octopus of Alfred Molina on screen with his full suit.

When I saw him with his suit, with his glasses on and his arms robotic, he was terrified, said Holland during the interview.

The actor also recouraged the passion of him by the trilogy of Sam Raimi and the experience of him by filming, more than 15 years later, Spider-Man: no way home with Alfred Molina.

The film directed by Jon Watts will resort to facial rejuvenation technology for the character of Doctor Octopus. That technology has already been used in films such as captain Marvel, where they rejuvenated Samuel L. Jackson.

Watts also stressed that, in a way, Spider-Man: No Way Home will connect with the end of Dr. Octopus in Spider-Man 2, although only details of the plot have been given.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will arrive at Spanish cinemas on December 17, 2021, in time to terrorize a new generation of possible future spider-man.

But before we have appointments forced with Eternals, on November 5, and with the Hawk Eye Series at Disney Plus, on November 24.

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