By now there's a good chance you've scoped out unused concept art from Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man film, but there's nothing quite like seeing it in action. Studio ADI has posted a screen test of an initial Green Goblin mask at work and it's something to behold. The mask has more in common with Miles Teves' concept art than the more medieval design by Alex Ross, though it resembles Ross' work on Marvels quite a bit. A lot of fans hate on the "Power Ranger" version of the Goblin helmet that was used in the film (an incredibly insulting characterization to me as a Power Rangers fan, I should note), so it's interesting to see what could have been. Just be sure to imagine the voice of Willem Dafoe as you watch the screen test after the cut.
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