Alfred Molina has revealed that his villain Doc Ock costume is “surprisingly comfortable” thanks to the clever work of Spider-Man costume designer Sanja Hays.
the British actor spoke amusingly about the legendary supervillain costume at the 24th Annual Costume Design Organization (CDGA) Awards in Santa Monica, California.
He appeared on the red carpet with Andrew Garfield, co-star of Spider-Man: No Way Home and a series of other actors and designers.
Recalling his famous outfit, he said: “We have all the layers and big leather jackets on top and we have everything underneath.
“The big metal belt looks heavy, but designer Sanja Hays did a very clever thing.
“She cut off the back of the skin part of the outfit that you can’t see, which basically means I can breathe a little bit.
“It’s surprisingly comfortable. The nice thing about the design is that it looks good but it’s like clothing, it’s not like an outfit.”
Molina told the PA news agency that he was “extremely surprised” to be invited back for the latest installment of the web horror series and that it was “a pleasure to see all the Brits” in the blockbuster. of America.
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He co-starred alongside Benedict Cumberbatch, as Doctor Stephen Strange, Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield, both of whom played Peter Parker.
Garfield also attended the red carpet event and was honored with the CDGA Spotlight Award.
In his acceptance speech, Garfield said: “Thank you for your art, thank you for your heart, and I hope we will continue to create together.”
Oscar-winning British designer Jenny Beavan won the Best Picture of the Period award for her work on Disney’s Cruella and virtually took the award.
Ahead of the event, attendees’ outfits did not disappoint as a collection of actors and designers hit the red carpet.
Other famous faces at CDGA include Ariana DeBose, Stephanie Beatriz and Laura Dern.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/movies/alfred-molina-says-legendary-doc-ock-costume-was-surprisingly-comfortable-41430323.html Alfred Molina says legendary Doc Ock outfit ‘surprisingly comfortable’