PHOTO: Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk voice the men dressed as bodega cats in ‘SPIDER-MAN 2’ KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Saturday, October 28, 2023

PHOTO: Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk voice the men dressed as bodega cats in ‘SPIDER-MAN 2’

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk voice the men dressed as bodega cats in ‘SPIDER-MAN 2’.

The first, more like mid-credits scene, sees the surprise return of Otto Octavius (William Salyers), the primary villain of the first game. After Peter and Miles purge Harry of the symbiote, Norman arrives on the scene and blames both Spider-Men for harming his son. The head of Oscorp arrives at the Raft to speak with Otto in the hopes of learning the web-slingers' identities. Otto doesn't relent, instead telling him, "We all have to experience loss." Norman notices Otto has been working on something in a journal and inquires, "What are you writing?" Otto answers, "The final chapter."

Did you know that Firefly stars Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk are in Spider-Man 2? You can find them in Little Odessa dressed up as Bodega Cat mascots for Teo's Grocery and Deli. They have a lot to say as well! Check out this video to listen to every conversation we've heard them say.

Between the continuing stories of Peter Parker (Yuri Lowenthal), Miles Morales (Nadji Jeter), and Mary Jane Watson (Laura Bailey), plus the introduction of Harry Osborn (Graham Phillips), Venom (Tony Todd), and Kraven (Jim Pirri), there's a lot to unpack. One week out from launch, the game's creators — Bryan Intihar (senior creative director), Jon Paquette (senior narrative director), and Jacinda Chew (senior art director) — sat down with EW over Zoom to break down the biggest surprises from their neck of the Spider-Verse.

"We've literally discussed Green Goblin at every game," Intihar says. "The fact that you're even bringing up the question shows you how popular that character is. If you bring him in, it's kind of like Venom. There are very, very big expectations. So, you want to make sure if you're going to do it, you're going to deliver on it."

Paquette confirms they initially considered introducing the Green Goblin at the end of the first game, but quickly realized the story was already packed with characters, from Task Master to Black Cat to the entirety of the Sinister Six. "From the tease at the end of the first game, we knew we wanted [Marvel's Spider-Man 2] to be a story about Venom," the writer explains. "We realized we needed that ending to be about Peter and Harry and Miles and MJ. That felt like a great setup for maybe a future appearance of the Green Goblin.

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