THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Spoiler: Norman Osborn Details Emerge and Rounding Up a Busy Week of Spidey News

This past week has been the week of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 news more than any other superhero movie. Shailene Woodley was cut from the sequel as May Jane Watson, then "let go" altogether. [Cough... fired... cough.]

Then Sarah Gadon was hired and rumors rose saying she's the new M.J. but those were quickly debunked. Don't forget Felicity Jones being caught off guard with a question about being the Black Cat in the sequel, and you can read about this here.

It really has been a crazy week for Spider-Man which also included Sony revealing release dates for third and fourth Spidey films in 2016 and 2018. Finally, don't forget director Marc Webb's amazing set photo below. Add to all of this new details emerging about Norman Osborn.


The cat is now out of the bag after it was revealed on that Norman Osborn will possibly be transformed into the Green Goblin during the climax of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. With Lizard featured in the first movie in the new Spidey franchise and Rhino and Electro in the sequel... add Green Goblin to the mix and a Sinister Six showdown is looking more and more realistic.

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Details about how the Green Goblin will look have also allegedly been revealed to, and it's sounding like a mix between an Iron Man suit and the look of the New Goblin in Spider-Man 3. According to MovieWeb:

"As previously reported, Green Goblin's suit will be made up entirely of matte black armor that resembles a hi-tech motocross suit. The suit will remain open-faced, and there will be no helmet at all. Norman will have green hair that is spiked high up. In his ears, he will be wearing a Bluetooth device that will make it look as though he has the Green Goblin's signature pointed ears, the same way Selina Kyle's goggles worked in creating the illusion that she had cat ears. The back of the armor has a spine. At the moment, there are no green accents. From a distance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Tony Stark's signature Mark XLII armor had been painted black."

So picture the New Goblin's all black look without a helmet, with green hair and an Iron Man suit covering his body and you have what sounds like the new look of the Green Goblin. Got it?!

Check out these set photos of what appears to be the Goblin's new glider and the chambers where his transformation occurs. (Photos sourced from CBM.)

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