In Main Information, Spider-Man three Is Bringing Again Alfred Molina’s Physician Octopus

Depicted much more sympathetically compared to his comic book counterpart (at least at the time), Alfred Molina’s Otto Octavius became mentally joined with his robotic arms in Spider-Man 2 during a public demonstration with his fusion reactor that killed his wife, Rosie. With the inhibitor chip that protected him from the arms’ AI fried, Otto became unstable, and as Doctor Octopus, he stole money to rebuild his reactor, clashing with Spider-Man in the process. In the end though, Otto was able to exert control over the arms, and he sacrificed his life to prevent the nuclear reaction from destroying New York City.

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