Spider-Man 4 talks about the first possible villain

Spider-Man 4 talks about the first possible villain

There is still a world to see Spider-Man 4, but we already have the first possible villain commented by one of the protagonists of the saga.

In an interview given to Varietythe star of the arachnid franchise of Marvel Studios, Jacob battalionreacted to the idea that his character ends up becoming The Goblin (Hobgoblin)Like it happens in the comics. This possibility has always existed, but has never been contemplated to date. When asked if he would be the villain of Spider-Man 4, the actor said something interesting. He commented that he has learned all these years not to say anything about rumors and speculation. He could already say the same thing his friend and companion Tom Holland!

«From all my years of working at Marvel Studios, I feel like I’ve learned to just not say anything. Actually, I can’t talk about these things or say that something could be true and spoiler, you understand me?«, Jacob Batalon explained about the possibility of being El Duende in Spider-Man 4. The actor also talked about dealing with fame being in one of the most successful franchises of all time.

“Fame is great, but it’s also unstable,” said Jacob Batalon

«I’ve learned a lot about fame and experiencing the world and what it really means to be admired, in a way.«, Said the actor, who did not want to comment anything else about the possibility of being El Duende in Spider-Man 4. «I learned that the most successful people in the world are not terribly stupid. And, most important of all, is to be clear about how I behave. Fame is great, but it’s very fickle. It means more power for oneself, if that’s what you want. But a lot of people, and I include myself in that group, are simply looking to live longer.«.

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Lastly, the young star was asked how she felt keeping the secret of the appearance of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield on Spider-Man: No Way Home. «I think I was just afraid of ruining a big surprise.“, he admitted. «We all understood that it was something transcendental, not just a superhero movie. Doing something that crazy is really wild. We wanted to make sure we stayed as quiet as possible so everyone could be surprised and love the movie.«.