EDITORIAL: Is Peter Parker The Real Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2
I assure many of you by now have seen the poster and are looking for the answers within the appearance of The Green Goblin. Well I have a theory which definitely fits in the matter of the subject too perfectly. Read on fans.
Hello everyone, while everyone waits for the first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 it is time to speculate on a theory regarding the film. Now we have all seen the poster showing both Electro and Rhino in full force but also revealing a surprise villain, The Green Goblin. One of Spider-Man's most iconic villains that he has faced countless times in full battle and glory. It has also been revealed that Harry Osborn played by Dane DeHaan might be the Green Goblin himself, but is this true? In a closer look revealed that is not what he looks like at all. In fact and truth, he resembles more towards Andrew Garfield's stature and appearance. One for that many people pointed out the face looks all too similar. Another is a fact regarding the height. How is this possible entirely, there has been delicate clues placed in pieces. The clues to be exact is that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 actually eludes the film Spider-Man 3 in many ways which is where the answers are directly from.
In Spider-Man 3, Peter Parker faced his darker side. He faced a side of himself that was unlike anything seen before. In The Amazing Spider-Man during the first film the character of Peter Parker often struggled between the balance of right and wrong. As in the sequel it would expand further on these values. For once we know the Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man verse has yet to face his real transformation which is not in actuality Spider-Man. It is that Peter Parker is The Green Goblin which comes to the full extend of his transformation in the end. Shall I also say The Green Goblin suit in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 judging from the poster looks exactly as New Goblin from Spider-Man 3. It is an opposite and completely polar to what everyone expects it should be but keeps the tradition of what a real twist is. A twist that is in definition is to surprise the audience which in theory this falls under what it means. Dane DeHaan's character has to thus be displayed as the hero.
Many will notice first hand Harry Osborn he resembles the darker Peter Parker from Spider-Man 3. In the end of Spider-Man 3, Harry Osborn eventually teamed up with Spider-Man and become good. The Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 would face a similar destiny but not quiet as he would be good throughout and not evil. In reality again polar opposites strike once more. At some point in the film in theory he would take up the mantle as Spider-Man from Peter Parker. Harry Osborn becomes Spider-Man in order to try and save Peter Parker who has become The Green Goblin. Now many of you are thinking how Electro comes in play? Well Electro is acting as the filler of the story. Electro is Venom in terms of characteristics comparing again to Spider-Man 3. As Eddy Brock in Spider-Man 3 was obsessed deeply over Spider-Man he is overcome by hidden anger. From what we know of Electro now his destiny within the film would exactly be the same.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 comes as the exact opposite to the plot displayed in Spider-Man 3 in my own thoughts. Hence why I believe this could happen. Peter Parker is evil but he has yet to experience his full darkness. Oscorp is the central corporation that he is controlled by. The answers have yet to be discovered but he knows what the truth is. Thank you for reading and as always leave a thoughtful comment below!
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