Matthew McConaughey could play the great villain of Spider-Man 3

Marvel Studios is negotiating with Matthew McConaughey to play a villain who could make his debut in the Spider-Man 3 movie.

Over the years, there has been much speculation that Matthew McConaughey could join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since he was close to playing Ego in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, role that in the end got Kurt russell. But also, it was said that it would be Adam Warlock in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3. But it seems that in the end it will give life to Norman osborn in Spider-man 3.

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The villain Norman osborn has also been one of the many names being touted as the next threat level of Thanos of the franchise, in addition to Sony They are obsessed with forming the team of the sinister six, so the Green Goblin cannot be absent.

Here we leave you a spectacular Fan Art of Matthew McConaughey as the Green Goblin.

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Spectacular Fan Art of Matthew McConaughey as the Green Goblin spider-man 3

They are preparing the most shocking movie of the next few years.

If all the information there is about Spider-man 3 It is true, it will be one of the greatest films in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since they have confirmed to Electro interpreted by Jamie foxx (as in The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro's Power from 2014) and to Doctor Strange of Benedict Cumberbatch. But it is also speculated that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield they will play again Peter parker in a true multiverse level madness. But now if you add to Matthew McConaughey how Green Goblin the apotheosis would be complete.

This may be the best time for you Matthew McConaughey sign his contract with Marvel, because if we review his filmography he only has one movie for 2021 and it is about Sing 2 (Sing 2), where he lends his voice to the koala Buster moon. So I would be free to be Norman osborn in Spider-man 3.

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