Bryan Cranston Being Eyed To Play Norman Osborn In A Future Spider-Man Movie

Bryan Cranston Spider Man Norman Osborn

It’s being reported that Bryan Cranston is being considered by Marvel Studios for Norman Osborn in the upcoming Spider-Man movies and possibly the main MCU films.

This report comes to us from our good friends over at Geekosity and we believe this would be brilliant casting.

Bryan Cranston is a terrific actor, and I think he’s an excellent choice for the role of Norman Osborn.

This also seems to indicate that Willem Dafoe might not be returning as the Green Gobin in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Here’s what Mikey Sutton over at Geekosity had to say on Bryan Cranston being in the running to play Norman Osborn in the future Spider-Man movies:

Bryan Cranston could become Spider-Man’s greatest enemy; he is being looked at as the new Norman Osborn.

Bryan Cranston is being looked at for the role of Norman Osborn in a future Spider-Man movie

Read more: EXCLUSIVE: Spider-Man 3’s Main Villain Will Be The Green Goblin

However, Mikey didn’t stop there.

He actually dropped this scoop live on the very first episode of SUPER TEAM MEGA FORCE, which you can find over on Small Screen’s YouTube channel.

Mikey added that the idea at the moment is to have Cranston play Norman Osborn and not specifically the Green Goblin.

It sounds like that might happen later on.

He also added that Peter Park will look up to Norman in the movies, which makes perfect sense given the fact that Norman is something of a genius.

What do you make of this news?

Do you like the idea of Bryan Cranston playing Norman Osborn in the Spider-Man movies?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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