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Tom Holland share something brilliant from him upcoming movie in his latest instagram post

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October 30, 2021

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To thrill his fans to the next level, Tom Holland shared a sneak peek from Spider-Man: No Way Home in his latest Instagram post. Doctor Octopus can be seen capturing Tom Holland in the image. Dr. Otto Octavius, sometimes known as Doc Ock, is one of SpiderMan’s most ferocious and oldest opponent

 

We do love to see Tom Holland doing stunts on the big screen and he never fails to amaze us. To thrill his fans to the next level, Tom Holland shared a sneak peek from Spider-Man: No Way Home in his latest Instagram post. Doctor Octopus can be seen capturing Tom Holland in the image.

Dr. Otto Octavius, sometimes known as Doc Ock, is one of SpiderMan’s most ferocious and oldest opponent. He and the Web Slinger have clashed countless times in comic adaptations during the course of their decades-long feud. Surprisingly, the doctor returns in Spider-Man: No Way Home, with Alfred Molina reprising this iconic role. Meanwhile, Molina made his debut as Doc Ock in Sam Raimi’s 2004 rendition of Spider-Man 2, which starred Tobey Maguire as Spidey. The sequel to Raimi’s Spider-Man was a notable superhero film, with critics praising its emotional impact and breathtaking effects.

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Furthermore, critics praised Molina’s portrayal of Doc Ock, which has since been hailed as one of the best renderings of a Spider-Man villain ever seen on the big screen. At the end of Raimi’s film, Dr. Octavius directs his sentient tentacles to destroy the nuclear reactor that threatens New York City, killing himself in the process. Doc Ock may not be gone forever, according to the teaser for No Way Home.

Surprisingly, anti-aging therapies were employed on Molina to take fifteen years off his appearance, as he previously admitted. Molina has already admitted that repeating his role as Doc Ock after such a long time is tough for him, acknowledging that he doesn’t move the same way he did when he was younger. He also claimed that it didn’t matter because Doc Ock’s tentacles did all the work and he only had to stand there.

The first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, on the other hand, was such a hit that it doubled the views of the second video for Spider-Man: Far From Home which had garnered 135 million views in a 24-hour period.

 

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