Miguel Ángel Hoyos “broke the nets” with his representation in Tik Tok of the character Norman Osborn / Green Goblin (played by Willem Dafoe in the movie “Spider-Man”, directed by Sam Raimi in 2002), thanks to the great resemblance between the icon from Oriente Petrolero and the actor who recently appeared in “Spider-Man No Way Home”, the third installment of the arachnid at Marvel Studios and Sony, which is still in theaters in Cochabamba.
The “Colorado”, who played the last Simón Bolívar Cup with Libertad Gran Mamoré, emulated one of the most remembered scenes from the first live-action film of the wall-crawler in history, adapting it to a situation of conjuncture with the premise “when they don’t want you invite the ‘join’ because you coughed twice “.
@santecrew “The green goblin did it, I had nothing to do with it” 🥴 # Vaccinate #ColoradoOsborn #WilliamDafoe #SpiderManNoWayHome #SanteCrew ♬ original sound – soy_el_pibe
Hoyos ‘relived’ the moment when Osborn was fired from his own company “Oscorp” after the majority of the board of directors decided to accept the offer to buy Quest, a company that was his competition in the field of technological innovations for the militias. “You can’t do this to me. I started this company. Don’t you know how much I have sacrificed ?!” Norman had exclaimed at that time and the Santa Cruz appropriated that response to claim that “they don’t want to invite him.”
This tiktok was published on the account @santecrew and it already has more than 42,000 ‘likes’, 1,355 comments and 2,296 shares.
Band came the green goblin to challenge 🤙 pic.twitter.com/JQJry3hL93
– チ ド 🦊 (@jabonazzo) December 18, 2021
The resemblance of “Colorado” with the character played by Dafoe had already generated repercussions on social networks on December 18 of last year, three days after the premiere of “Spider-Man No Way Home” in theaters of the country, since the user @jabonazzo had published on Twitter: “Band. The Green Goblin came to challenge”, as the text that accompanies a photo of him with the 40-year-old footballer.