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The Staircase: Dane DeHaan Joins the Cast of Sophie Turner, Colin Firth’s HBO Max Series

Actor Dane DeHaan, who currently stars in the Apple TV Plus limited series Lisey’s Story is the latest addition to the cast of the true-crime drama The Staircase. The upcoming HBO Max limited series revolves around crime novelist Michael Peterson (Colin Firth), his sprawling North Carolina family and the suspicious death of his wife, Kathleen (Toni Collette). Jennifer Aniston Still ‘Basking in Love’ From Friends Reunion, Shares BTS Pictures From HBO Max Special.
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Dane DeHaan Joins HBO Max’s True-Crime Series ‘The Staircase’

EXCLUSIVE: Dane DeHaan has joined the cast of The Staircase, HBO Max’s limited series drama adaptation based on the true-crime docuseries. He joins previously announced cast members Colin Firth, Toni Collette, Rosemarie DeWitt, Juliette Binoche, Parker Posey and Sophie Turner. The eight-episode series from Christine director Antonio Campos and American...
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2’s Dane DeHaan Explains Why He Doesn’t Want To Reprise Green Goblin

Rather than introduce a new villain or two, so far Spider-Man: No Way Home is bringing back an assortment of familiar faces from other Spider-Man film series. Just like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the third Tom Holland-led Spidey flick is embracing other realities, with Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina confirmed to be reprising Electro and Doctor Octopus, respectively, and an assortment of other established villains also rumored to appear. But one name that isn’t part of the lineup is Dane DeHaan, who played Harry Osborn, a.k.a. Green Goblin, in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and it turns out we shouldn’t expect DeHaan to play that character in No Way Home… or ever again.

Dane DeHaan Talks ‘Lisey’s Story,’ Why He’s Not Interested In Returning To ‘Spider-Man’ & More [The Playlist Podcast]

If you’re familiar with the work of actor Dane DeHaan, there’s no denying the man has a talent for being pretty damn creepy. He’s no stranger to bringing to life some truly dark characters over the course of his long career. Well, even if you think you’ve seen DeHaan play scary roles in the past, perhaps nothing beats his role as Jim Dooley in “Lisey’s Story.”

Lisey's Story Star Dane DeHaan Details Bringing Stephen King's Darkness to the Surface

Author Stephen King has never shied away from embracing the darker side of the connection between creators and their fans, with his novel Misery being one of the most unsettling depictions of the dangers of delusion. With Lisey's Story, King once again created a disturbing character in Jim Dooley, a fan who won't let the death of his favorite author stop him from connecting with his legacy by any means necessary. For the Apple TV+ adaptation of the novel, Dane DeHaan embodies that darkness to deliver a chilling depiction of the villain. Lisey's Story premieres on Apple TV+ on June 4th.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Star Dane DeHaan Has No Interest in Revisiting Green Goblin Role

Socially awkward straightedge fraud. Since the official confirmation that both Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina will be starring in Marvel Studios' third Spider-Man film to reprise their villainous roles, the rumor mill hasn't stopped spinning with a lot of actors from the past Spider-Man films all being the subject of speculation. Unsurprisingly, that includes The Amazing Spider-Man 2 actor Dane DeHaan who played Harry Osborn aka Green Goblin in the divisive 2014 film and according to the dirt sheets, his version of the iconic Spidey villain is also set to make an appearance in No Way Home.

Dane DeHaan on his “visceral, raw and gritty” mob epic ‘ZeroZeroZero’

Dane DeHaan has played the Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the title character in Luc Besson’s space opera Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, and a super-powered, troubled teenager in Chronicle. With Sky’s new drama, ZeroZeroZero, he’s ditched the sci-fi that made his name for something a little grittier.
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Dane DeHaan: ‘I prefer working with women – they think more from the heart’

A decade of playing movie villains has darkened Dane DeHaan. The 34-year-old, who came to prominence as a Beat Generation genius who murders his lover in Kill Your Darlings (2013), says that something has changed since he starred in that film. “I’ve come to realise there are people in the world who are just bad people.”Since making his film debut as a matricidal murderer in 2010’s At Risk, DeHaan has made a living coaxing the humanity out of even the most troubled souls. Beyond Kill Your Darlings’ Lucien Carr, he has played a bullied-teen-turned-telekinetic-predator in the found-footage superhero film Chronicle...

Dane DeHaan says he won't be returning for the upcoming Spider-Man 3

The upcoming sequel Spider-Man 3 has cast a bevy of villains from previous entries including Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina. But Dane DeHaan revealed on Tuesday that he won't be among the cast during an interview with RadioTimes. 'There’s no truth to those rumors,' said the 34-year-old actor. 'I don’t...

Green Goblin Not Returning in Spider-Man 3? Dane DeHaan Shoots Down Recent Rumors

Marvel's Spider-Man 3 is poised to bring several beloved actors and characters back but Dane DeHaan's Green Goblin won't be one of them. Rumors have been swirling online as of late regarding possible returning stars for the upcoming sequel to 2019's Far From Home. DeHaan was among those rumored to be coming back but the actor has weighed on, stating that there is no truth to such reports.

Spider-Man 3: Dane DeHaan Says His Green Goblin Isn't Making a Return

Dane DeHaan has denied rumors that he will be reprising the role of the Green Goblin in Marvel's Spider-Man 3, the forthcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home. Speaking to Radio Times at a recent press conference, DeHaan, who portrayed Harry Osborn, otherwise known as the Green Goblin, in 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2, confirmed that he will not be making an appearance in the third Spider-Man movie alongside Tom Holland. In fact, he firmly told the outlet that "there's no truth" to the speculation that he will be suiting up as the supervillain again.

Dane DeHaan Denies Spider-Man 3 Rumors

Among all of the rumors surrounding the cast of Spider-Man 3, one has quietly been making the rounds on some sites and across social media. Dane DeHaan, the Harry Osborn actor from The Amazing Spider-Man franchise which starred Andrew Garfield under the direction of Marc Webb, has been among those named to be returning. With Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx confirmed to be returning, plus Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield expected to appear, DeHaan did not seem like any sort of impossibility. DeHaan, however, has firmly denied any such return, for now.