Felicity Jones Spills More Details On Her Amazing Spider-Man 2 Character And Confirms The Green Goblin

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Felicity Jones has recently been out promoting the Drake Doremus film Breathe In, in which she stars in alongside Guy Pearce, and unsurprisingly she’s getting quite a few questions about The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Brendon posted a video interview last month by Flicks And The City in which Jones seemed to suggest that she was playing Black Cat. Or at least her body language seemed to suggest that.

And now in an interview just posted at View London she lets slip more details about her character,

It’s all quite shrouded in secrecy, but I’m the Goblin’s girlfriend – I’m in a relationship with him, and his accomplice. I’m on the dark side.

But at the same time when pressed for the name of her character she responds that she can’t say and that,

It’s all in the vaults of Marvel. I love all that secrecy, I think it’s great. It builds anticipation, there’s too much transparency in everything these days.

The fact that the Green Goblin is actually going to make an appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has not been confirmed yet so Jones’ comments kind of break through that veil of secrecy somewhat. Dane DeHann is playing Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and judging by Jones’ comments we shall be seeing him dressed in green very soon.

The banner at the head of this post was posted at the film’s Facebook page earlier today.

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