‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Concept Art Reveals Unused Green Goblin Glider Design
One of the great returns in MCU history almost looked very different, as Spider-Man: No Way Home concept art reveals unused Green Goblin Glider design.
There are few films in history that have achieved the level of success on par with the record-breaking Spider-Man: No Way Home
A film that acted as the third installment of the MCUs Spider-Man saga also celebrated 20 years of the character on the big screen and brought together three generations of Peter Parker.
One of the coolest things about the film was the return of some of the most iconic villains to ever be adapted in the character’s vast history, including the menacing man who originated the character of Norman Osbourne.
Although by the end of the film, the character did sport a design that was very different from his original one in 2002, he almost boasted a classic accessory that was incredibly different than his original conception.
Recently revealed Spider-Man: No Way Home concept art reveals unused Green Goblin glider design, that would’ve infused the classic vehicle with Stark tech, and a very eery aesthetic element.
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Concept artist Josh Nizzi shared the unused piece on Instagram, and showed off the glider that has the discarded Green Goblin mask crafted into the front.
Nizzi shared that it was the desing that he was, “most disappointed got cut,” from the film, and it was created by Willem Dafoe’s Nroman Osbourne, “using parts from Stark technology, like the Mysterio drones.”
The atelented concept artist concluded the caption by writing, “I was super happy about the idea of him putting his mask on the front to echo his glider int he comics. Helps make him seem cray too.”
Although he loved the desing, Nizzi did note that he believes, “They made the right call with the cuts,” yet, the unused glider carries with it a menacing aura that certainly would’ve benefited dthe direction the film took the character in.