And that's why his costume works. The goggles is how we see him in the beginning, then a little ways into the film is when we get the second concept art of them fighting in the streets. So it's not New Goblin to look New Goblin it was a question of -- what is the coolest way we can almost cover this guy up completely? A Snake Eyes take seems like it would be too far, while here the balance seems to work especially if they go for the long hair thing. Looking at the synopsis of this film on IMDB, part of me hopes that they leave the reveal majorily for the screen and in the trailers just make him out to be possibly anyone behind that mask that's a threat (if possible). Sebastian Stan isn't that big of a name yet either where you'd need to promote him as one of the main stars of it. Like what they did with the wicked witch - people online "got it," but when I took my parents and friends they didn't. If they can find a way to work that mystery into it, I think those coming in not knowing that will have an additional fun time at theaters when they find out.