I’m going to warn you right now, that if you haven’t read any Spider-Man comics and just know what happens in the movies, then you probably don’t want to read this rumor below. It IS a rumor, and obviously won’t be revealed until we see Amazing Spider-Man 2 next year, but it sounds pretty accurate to me. You still wanna read this potential HUGE spoiler? Ok…check out what MovieWeb.com has to say below.
“….our source was on set the last day of outside filming on this sequel, and can confirm that Harry Osborn is Green Goblin. This iteration of the mythos finds Dane DeHaan suiting up as the glider riding genetically altered supervillain during the climax of the film, which will take place at an Oscorp Power Planet. Electro calls the Oscorp Power Planet home in this sequel, and it serves as the source of his great electrically charged super powers. This will be the sight of Gwen’s undoing, but as we’ve reported in the past, what looks to be the iconic death as seen in the comic book will actually be a fake out, with her actual demise coming later in the series. The film will also contain a post-credit stinger, known as a ‘mini-movie’, which will lead directly into The Amazing Spider-Man 3. Its not clear at this time who will be included in this scene, or what it will consist of.”
So, Emma Stone dressed up in Gwen Stacy’s “death garb” is just a fake out? Ok, I can live with her going in the third act. Honestly, that’s what I’ve wanted all along. It seemed a little hasty for Marc Webb to be introducing Mary Jane Watson so soon.
This also would add more fuel to the fires of seeing The Sinister Six at some point in the series, and The Green Goblin being the one to kill Gwen off in part three. Like I said, we won’t really know until next May, but this seems as solid a rumor as ever. Let’s just hope that THIS Green Goblin actually looks like the one from a comics and not a biker dude.
The film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Dane DeHaan, Paul Giamatti, Felicity Jones, Chris Cooper, and Sally Field. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens in 3D on May 2, 2014.