Alfred Molina Who Played Doc Ock In The Original Spider-Man Movies Returns For Spider-Man 3

Alfred Molina Who Played Doc Ock In The Original Spider-Man Movies Returns For Spider-Man 3


Jay Cochran - December 08, 2020
It's being reported by Variety that Alfred Molina who played Doc Ock in the original Tobey MaGuire Spider-Man 2 movie will be returning Tom Holland Spider-Man 3 movie from Sony.

It's been previously reported that Jamie Foxx from the Andrew Garfield “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” movie will also be in this on reprising his role as Electro. Benedict Cumberbatch is also appearing in the movie as Doctor Strange.

All this continues to seemingly point to a Multiverse stroyline. The movie is slated for release on December 17, 2021.
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monron999 - 2020-12-11 @ 8:58 am
11 hours ago, McHogan said:

Yeah I saw that. Again, mixed feelings. Coxs DD portrayal was amazing and IMO the clear gem of the Netflix shows but talk about a clash in styles.

DD ( with Cox once again taking up the role) needs a new show not a glorified cameo in Spidey 3. If they handled it as a fun wink wink heres Matt Murdoch then have him do something DD like then is gone it could work. But anything more runs the chance of lessening DDs impact once he is allowed to be used in a proper DD MCU project.

 

I agree, the Netflix show was the best of the bunch, but it was so dark and so watered down. He never really became the DD we see in the comics. He was always being caught off guard and getting saved by another character. He just never became the badass he was supposed to be. No gliding through the city using his grapple line, no interaction with the public. It was like almost always on the verge of elevating to the DD everyone wanted to see yet never quite getting there. Especially the last season. He shoulda wiped the floor with Bullseye, yet he was lucky to walk away with his life. It was just too much of an "any man on the street wearing spandex" feel. If Marvel plans to use him they need to do him justice. If he is in Spider-Man three I hope it's a springboard to his own movie and I hope they make him a lot more dynamic than the Netflix show, a true Man Without Fear.

leokearon - 2020-12-11 @ 8:12 am
10 hours ago, McHogan said:

Yeah I saw that. Again, mixed feelings. Coxs DD portrayal was amazing and IMO the clear gem of the Netflix shows but talk about a clash in styles.

DD ( with Cox once again taking up the role) needs a new show not a glorified cameo in Spidey 3. If they handled it as a fun wink wink heres Matt Murdoch then have him do something DD like then is gone it could work. But anything more runs the chance of lessening DDs impact once he is allowed to be used in a proper DD MCU project.

 

Yeah all these reports are getting ridiculous now,, the joke ones are more interesting and fun than the actual announcements.

McHogan - 2020-12-10 @ 9:24 pm
On 12/9/2020 at 12:36 PM, leokearon said:

Now there are reports of Charlie Cox's DD might be turing up, at the rate it is going, will Tom Holland's Spidey even get an screentime

Yeah I saw that. Again, mixed feelings. Coxs DD portrayal was amazing and IMO the clear gem of the Netflix shows but talk about a clash in styles.

DD ( with Cox once again taking up the role) needs a new show not a glorified cameo in Spidey 3. If they handled it as a fun wink wink heres Matt Murdoch then have him do something DD like then is gone it could work. But anything more runs the chance of lessening DDs impact once he is allowed to be used in a proper DD MCU project.

 

leokearon - 2020-12-09 @ 5:36 pm

Now there are reports of Charlie Cox's DD might be turing up, at the rate it is going, will Tom Holland's Spidey even get an screentime

Ironspider428 - 2020-12-09 @ 5:33 pm
17 hours ago, Gigantor said:

So, Doc Ock is coming back from the dead, are Uncle Ben & Defoe's GG coming back from the grave as well?  Sheeeesh, c'mon now, gimme a break with this multi universe crap. Holland should be allowed to be Spiderman for a few movies. Toby's time came & went & Garfield was forgettable in the role. 

I grew up with and enjoyed the first Spider-Man trilogy, but I always felt that something was missing from Tobey's portrayal. I skipped the Garfield movies, mostly because I didn't get back into Marvel until like 2014/2015 with Guardians. As a long term Spider-Man fan, I can say that Holland's has by far been the most accurate in terms of the character and tone of the movies. I really want to see more of him as a solo character in Phases 4 and 5, and he can't do that if these movies are dredging up old stuff constantly. JJJ is one thing, but the villains is something else entirely.

Ironspider428 - 2020-12-09 @ 5:29 pm

I'm still very apprehensive of this movie, increasingly moreso with each new piece of news. So far, we have Kraven, Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Scorpion, Electro and probably others I'm forgetting set to appear in this movie, not to mention 3 different Spider-Men. I was really hoping for at least one more movie to establish Holland as Spidey before they do a Sinister Six or Spider-Verse movie. This movie runs the risk of continuing the Spider-Man movie curse of having way too many villains and storylines to be in any way cohesive. The only way I could see this working would be merely having multiverse cameos, maybe a final battle with all 3 fighting all the multiverse villains, but then everyone going back to their universe at the end, akin to ITSV. I want MCU Peter to have his time to shine now that he's not under Tony's wing anymore, and you can't really do that unless the movies are smaller scale. Luckily, it seems they'll do more than 3 MCU Spider-Man movies, but my love for Sony hasn't grown any since 2018. Hopefully those rights go to Disney eventually. All the cross-studio drama and universes is just getting confusing.

mako - 2020-12-09 @ 3:07 pm

So far, the Garfield Spider-Man was the only one I thought really embodied the character. The first trilogy was okay, but everyone was walking around like an advertisement for anti-depressants. I'm not even gonna address Holland as Iron Robin.

memocromatico - 2020-12-09 @ 3:05 pm
19 hours ago, monron999 said:

On another train of thought, does anyone else think that Paton Oswalt or Jonah Hill would make a good Doc Ock?

Definitely!! Leaning on Hill over Oswalt, because I think Oswalt could play MODOK.

silverback - 2020-12-09 @ 2:55 pm

I never felt that McGuire or Garfield were the best Peter Parker, but they did what they could with what they had to work with. The best part for me was when Spidey and Doc Ock fought on the train. That felt like genuine Spiderman to me. I think the villains designs were the main problem in those franchises. Rhino was ridiculous, overkill on Green Goblin mask and tech suit, the Lizard was not good. Sandman could have been better done also. They were good movies for the time but not great by any means compared to the MCU.

leokearon - 2020-12-09 @ 8:02 am

I still don't see why they can't put all the live action characters in Into the Spiderverse 2. It would make a lot more sense

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