TASM 2: A More Detailed Description Of Green Goblin's "Armor" Surfaces
Boy oh boy. A while back CBM exclusively revealed a few minor details on the Green Goblin outfit that would be worn by Norman Osborn in Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man sequel. We were told it'd "resemble" some type of armor, be a matte black and dark green design with spikes -- not too dissimilar to Ultimate Green Goblin's look apparently. Well now Movieweb have managed to add a quite a few more details..and I can't imagine too many fans will be best pleased by them!
We previously brought you a vague description of the costume Norman Osborn (Chris Cooper) would sport when he becomes the Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but now Movieweb have added some very interesting details. Iron Man meets Catwoman? Read on!
"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."
Spiked green hair and Catwoman-like Goblin ears? If this is true, Gobby better look a LOT better than this description sounds. What do you guys think? (need I ask!)
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