Spider-Man 3: Alfred Molina reveals how his Doctor Octopus doesn’t fit home under any circumstances

Alfred Molina confirmed his involvement in Spider-Man: No Way Home during an interview with Variety. Molina also noted that when speaking with director Jon Watts, the filmmaker told him that Doc Ock’s story would continue from “that moment” in the river, i.e. when it looked like Ock was going to sink to death after building his fusion reactor had prevented New York City from destroying. When Molina pointed out that his character should have died in Spider-Man 2, Watts said simply, “Nobody really dies in this universe.” Molina also said the following about how it feels to play Doctor Octopus again after all these years:

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