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Green Goblin and Electro debut in trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home as MJ scolds Doctor Strange

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Green Goblin and Electro returned as multiverse villains in a trailer released Tuesday for the Sony/Marvel sequel Spider-Man: No Way Home starring Tom Holland as the web-slinger and his real life girlfriend Zendaya as MJ.

The new three-minute trailer showed Willem Dafoe, 66, reprising his role as Green Goblin from the Sam Raimi trilogy and Jamie Foxx, 53, back as Electro from the The Amazing Spider-Man 2 directed by Marc Webb.

Zendaya, 25, provided the comic relief in the preview as her MJ character at one point scolded Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, 45.

Multiverse villain: Green Goblin played by Willem Dafoe was back as a multiverse villain in a new trailer released on Tuesday for the highly anticipated sequel Spider-Man: No Way Home

Multiverse villain: Green Goblin played by Willem Dafoe was back as a multiverse villain in a new trailer released on Tuesday for the highly anticipated sequel Spider-Man: No Way Home

Electrical entrance: Jamie Foxx as Electro also was shown in the trailer for the upcoming sequel as he also reprised his villainous role

Electrical entrance: Jamie Foxx as Electro also was shown in the trailer for the upcoming sequel as he also reprised his villainous role

The trailer opened with Peter Parker, played by 25-year-old Tom, on the phone with his love interest MJ.

‘Ever since I got bit by that spider I’ve only had one week when my life has felt normal,’ Peter told MJ. ‘That’s when you found out’.

Doctor Strange and Peter were then shown in the aftermath of a worldwide amnesia spell gone wrong.

‘When you botched that spell that you wanted everyone to forget that Peter Parker was Spider-Man,’ Doctor Strange ominously told Peter.

Comic relief: Zendaya, 25, provided the comic relief in the preview as her MJ character at one point scolded Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, 45

Comic relief: Zendaya, 25, provided the comic relief in the preview as her MJ character at one point scolded Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, 45

Love interest: The trailer opened with Peter Parker, played by 25-year-old Tom, on the phone with his love interest MJ

Love interest: The trailer opened with Peter Parker, played by 25-year-old Tom, on the phone with his love interest MJ

Normal life: 'Ever since I got bit by that spider I've only had one week when my life has felt normal,' Peter told MJ. 'That's when you found out'

Normal life: ‘Ever since I got bit by that spider I’ve only had one week when my life has felt normal,’ Peter told MJ. ‘That’s when you found out’

Botched spell: 'When you botched that spell that you wanted everyone to forget that Peter Parker was Spider-Man,' Doctor Strange ominously told Peter.

Botched spell: ‘When you botched that spell that you wanted everyone to forget that Peter Parker was Spider-Man,’ Doctor Strange ominously told Peter.

‘We started getting visitors …from every universe,’ added the Sorcerer Supreme.

A bouncing green bomb was then shown on a freeway as the Green Goblin’s cackle could be heard followed by his entrance on a flying glider.

Doctor Octopus, who was previously shown in a trailer, arrived next and chased down Spider-Man on a roadway.

Multiple visitors: 'We started getting visitors ...from every universe,' Doctor Strange told Peter

Multiple visitors: ‘We started getting visitors …from every universe,’ Doctor Strange told Peter

Bouncing  bomb: A bouncing green bomb was then shown on a freeway as the Green Goblin's cackle could be heard

Bouncing  bomb: A bouncing green bomb was then shown on a freeway as the Green Goblin’s cackle could be heard

He's back: Willem returned as Green Goblin after first playing the villain in Sam Raimi's trilogy and is shown in a still from the 2002 film Spider-Man

He’s back: Willem returned as Green Goblin after first playing the villain in Sam Raimi’s trilogy and is shown in a still from the 2002 film Spider-Man

‘Hello, Peter,’ said Doc Ock, played by Alfred Molina, 68, echoing his line from 2004’s Spider-Man 2.

Doc Ock while battling Spidey had him trapped but relented as he said, ‘You’re not Peter Parker’.

The supervillain in his 2004 film fought a Spider-Man played by Tobey Maguire, 46.

Wrong guy: Doc Ock while battling Spidey had him trapped but relented as he said, 'You're not Peter Parker'.

Wrong guy: Doc Ock while battling Spidey had him trapped but relented as he said, ‘You’re not Peter Parker’.

Neither Tobey, who starred in the original trilogy, nor Andrew Garfield, 38, who starred in 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man and 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, were shown in the new trailer though it has been widely rumored they will appear in the film.

The new trailer showed Doctor Octopus after their fight later approaching Peter, MJ and their friend Ned Leeds, played by Jacob Batalon, 25.

‘I’m sorry, what was your name again?,’ Peter asked.

Post fight: The new trailer showed Doctor Octopus after their fight later approaching Peter, MJ and their friend Ned Leeds, played by Jacob Batalon, 25

Post fight: The new trailer showed Doctor Octopus after their fight later approaching Peter, MJ and their friend Ned Leeds, played by Jacob Batalon, 25

‘Doctor Otto Octavius,’ he replied causing MJ, Peter and Ned to laugh.

‘No, seriously. What’s your actual name?,’ Peter said.

Doctor Strange was then heard telling Peter, MJ and Ned, ‘There are others out there. We need to send them back. So, Scooby-Doo this crap!’

Cracking up: 'Doctor Otto Octavius,' he replied causing MJ, Peter and Ned to laugh

Cracking up: ‘Doctor Otto Octavius,’ he replied causing MJ, Peter and Ned to laugh

‘You know, all of this is kinda your mess,’ MJ protested. ‘I know a couple of magic words myself starting with the word ”Please”.’

‘Please, Scooby-Do this crap,’ Strange said.

Doc Ock warned Peter that he was ‘flying out into the darkness to fight ghosts’ and Doctor Strange explained his foes ‘all died fighting Spider-Man’.

Harsh tone: Doctor Strange was then heard telling Peter, MJ and Ned, 'There are others out there. We need to send them back. So, Scooby-Doo this crap!'

Harsh tone: Doctor Strange was then heard telling Peter, MJ and Ned, ‘There are others out there. We need to send them back. So, Scooby-Doo this crap!’

Magic words: 'You know, all of this is kinda your mess,' MJ protested. 'I know a couple of magic words myself starting with the word ''Please'''

Magic words: ‘You know, all of this is kinda your mess,’ MJ protested. ‘I know a couple of magic words myself starting with the word ”Please”’

‘It’s their fate,’ Strange said. ‘I’m sorry kid’.

Peter tried to take matters into his own hands by Doctor Strange stopped him. 

The trailer then showed Peter facing off against Electro, Sandman and The Lizard.

Nice try: Peter tried to take matters into his own hands by Doctor Strange stopped him

Nice try: Peter tried to take matters into his own hands by Doctor Strange stopped him

‘You’re not gonna take this away from me,’ Electro said as Green Goblin tried to get into his head.

This is all my fault, I can’t save everyone,’ Peter told MJ.

MJ while on top of Statue Of Liberty scaffolding with Ned then fell off and Spidey jumped after her.

Charged up: 'You're not gonna take this away from me,' Electro said

Charged up: ‘You’re not gonna take this away from me,’ Electro said

Reprised role: Jamie is shown as Electro in a still from the 2014 film The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Reprised role: Jamie is shown as Electro in a still from the 2014 film The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Hands full: The trailer then showed Peter facing off against Electro, Sandman and The Lizard

Hands full: The trailer then showed Peter facing off against Electro, Sandman and The Lizard

Their hands were shown nearly touching as she plummeted.

Spidey in the final scene caught up with Doctor Strange and asked what was happening as the night sky turned purple.

‘They’re starting to come through and I can’t stop them,’ Doctor Strange said.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be in theaters on December 17.

Going down: Their hands were shown nearly touching as  MJ plummeted and Spider-Man tried to save her

Going down: Their hands were shown nearly touching as  MJ plummeted and Spider-Man tried to save her

Coming through: 'They're starting to come through and I can't stop them,' Doctor Strange said

Coming through: ‘They’re starting to come through and I can’t stop them,’ Doctor Strange said

 

 

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