We all must have watched the incredible animated movie titled '' Spider-Man : Into the Spider-Verse '' that saw the teenager Miles Morales a.k a Spider-Man save the multiverse after meeting alternate versions of himself. This movie released in 2018 is an award-winning animated movie and has hit 375.5 million USD in the Box office.
However, most of us know not of the French version that was released that same year, which was intended for those living in France. This French version was titled '' Spider-Man : Next Generation '' and the popular supervillain and arch-enemy of Spider-Man Norman Osborn a.k.a Green Goblin was voiced by none other than Olivier Giroud, the Chelsea football club striker.
In fact he was not the only footballer to star in the French version of this animated movie, accompanying him too was the PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe, who voiced the supervillain Scorpion.
Both players had initially confirmed their roles on Twitter before starring in the movie and this is what they said,
'' Je suis trés heureux de vous annoncer que je prêterai ma voix au Green goblin dans le film #SpiderManNewGeneration, le 12 décembre au cinéma.''
- Olivier Giroud ( @_OlivierGiroud)
November 13, 2018.
'' Spider Man New Generation coming soon !!! Attention au Scorpion ( cést moi ). RV le 12 décembre.''
- Presnel Kimpembe (@Kimpembe_3)
November 13, 2018.
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