Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Tom Holland proposes Timothée Chalamet could play Harry Osborn against his web-slinger in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Tom Holland proposes Timothée Chalamet could play Harry Osborn against his web-slinger in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following his feature role in recent, Men, Women & Children and showing up in Christopher Nolan’s science fiction drama Interstellar, Chalamet truly established himself featuring in widely praised indies like Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird, Beautiful Boy, and Little Women. This year, the 25-year-old Oscar-chosen one showed up in Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch and as Paul Atreides in Denis Villeneuve’s transformation of Dune—which is his most high-profile role to date.
Harry Osborn has been a backbone in Spider-Man’s story since Peter Parker’s most early appearance in the comics and on the big screen. As the child of Norman Osborn, a.k.a. the Green Goblin, Harry has been depicted as both Peter’s dearest companion and foe subsequent to acquiring his dad’s pumpkin bombs. His curve meant the cinema in both Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man set of three and Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, where he was played by James Franco and Dane DeHaan individually. As well as bypassing the clearly recognizable passing of Uncle Ben, the MCU presented Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) as Peter’s (Tom Holland) dearest companion, apparently saving Harry for a later.
During a new interview with AP Entertainment, No Way Home stars Holland, Batalon, and Zendaya were asked where the last’s Dune co-star, Timothée Chalamet, would be the best fit for the MCU’s Spider-Man. Zendaya started by saying, “I don’t know, people want him to be Harry Osborn” with Holland repeating her opinion and expounding further. Check out what he intended to say:
“He’d be a good Harry Osborn…I think it would be good to bring him in as a FOS (friend of Spider-Man) and then he kind of becomes bad. And then he could be a villain. He’d be a good villain.”
The pair proceeded to refer to Timothée Chalamet as “such a nice bloke,” which would make it even more amazing so that fans might consider him to be a main enemy. In spite of the fact that, as expressed by Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet has been a famous fan cast as Harry—something made every one of the more ideal after reports that Holland’s Spider-Man will appearing in more movies after No Way Home finishes up the Homecoming trilogy. Top of that, the film is set to bring back a huge number of alternate universe villains including Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, causing Harry’s first appearence to be unavoidable. It is safe to say that Peter could meet Harry in college or even become his flat mate. Notwithstanding, Ned turns into the Hobgoblin in the comics too, and the people pulling the strings may plan on exploring that possiblity rather than presenting Harry. All of that said, there’s a decent possibility Chalamet cares very little about joining the MCU.
During Dune’s press visit, Timothée Chalamet uncovered a fascinating suggestion given to him from one of his heroes: “no hard drugs and no superhero movies.” Although Chalamet tried out audition of Spider-Man before Holland, he’s since turned into the essence of Dune and is set to play Willy Wonka in Warner Bros’ origin story, Wonka. His filmography is as of now great and will keep permitting him to be particular in his roless. While he did as of late spout over No Way Home’s trailer via online media and is obviously a fan, there’s not a remotely good excuse for him to dig into the domain of superhero films. All things considered, never say never.