Well, thanks to Alfred Molina, we know that with Doctor Octopus, resurrection isn’t at work, but something timey-wimey, to borrow a line from Doctor Who. Back in April, Molina said Ock story in Spider-Man: No Way Home picks up from the “moment” we saw him sinking to a watery grave after stopping his fusion reactor from destroying New York City, and as such, he would be digitally de-aged to look like he did in 2004. Presumably this is the same case with both Electro and Green Goblin, meaning that both would be snatched from their deaths and dumped into the MCU. And while Ock at least redeemed himself before Spider-Man 2 ended (though that then begs the question of why he’s seemingly returned to being a villain in No Way Home), Willem Dafoe’s Norman Osborn was still very consumed by his evil Goblin persona in Spider-Man, and now he’s able to wreak havoc in a different universe.

Source: Cinema Blend

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