Spider-Man: No Way Home. What do we know?
So, No Way Home is about 6 months away and everyone is up in arms clammoring for any little detail or trailer release. Yet, we stil have some waiting to do. While we wait, let’s look at some rumors and information we have been given so far. Here’s what we know about Spider-Man: No Way Home.
First things first, a glitchy logo has been leaked to confirm Multiverse is happening. It’s a cool little easter egg nod to Into the Spider-Verse.
Initially, consulting the rumor mill will give us some ideas of what to expect with the upcoming december release, No Way Home. However, it’s important to reiterate that these are rumors and may not be true at the final product. So, please take these with a grain of salt.
Now that that’s been said, let’s take a closer look as some rumors.
On the Run: Confirmed
Ultimately, accused of murder by Mysterio and J. Jonah Jameson, Spiderman along with MJ and Ned are hiding in a homeless shelter. Fortunately, Doctor Strange finds them and offers refuge at the Sanctum in New York. So far, this seems fair enough to be true.
Doctor Strange: Possible
While Doctor Strange attempts to figure out how to makes things right for Peter, Peter stumbles upon an interdimensional prison inside the Sanctum. Additonally, the prison contains Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and the Sandman from Sam Raimi’s original three Spider-Man films. It also includes the Lizard and Electro from The Amazing Spider-Man movies. Plausible. While, It has been confirmed that these villians will be available in the movie but no one knows for sure how it comes about.
Spider-man Makes a Huge Mistake: Plausible
Then, Holland’s Peter Parker is tricked into freeing the villains believing they need to save their Earths. Again, Plausible. Peter’s a kid and Spider-man has been know to be gullible and make big mistakes. Consequently, when Strange returns he informs Peter of his grave mistake.Then, he reveals the villains were being kept there because they had been experimenting with interdimensional technology on their Earths. As a result, Doctor Strange then tasks Spider-Man with putting a stop to their actions. So, this rumor solves the question of how the multiverse will come to fruition and the agency for which the plot runs off of.
Help from some neighboring, multiversal, Veteran Spider-men: Confirmed
Next, the plot moves to Oscorp, where Green Goblin has lead the team of villains to steal prototype interdimensional technology. Following, his defeat, he and Strange seek aid from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Men. Accordingly, this seems accurate enough. Holland’s Spider-man needs help, messes up, whatever and needs help from some veteran Spider-Men. Safe to say, this will happen.
Sinister Six: Confirmed
Nevertheless, with Rhino the Sinister Six is formed. It includes Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Sandman, Lizard, Electro, and Rhino. Since, they have been trying to do Sinster Six for some time and failed to do so with Amazing Spider-man when the third film was cancelled, the Sinister Six is finally happening. The powers that be have done a lot of ground work setting them up so this is a safe bet. Finally, Sinsiter Six villians will be explored.
Andrew garfield – actual roles not cameo
Tobey mcguire – actual roles not cameo
Jamie foxx electro
Alfred Molina doc oct (will be de-aged digitally)
Charlie cox as matthew murdock
Benedict cumberbach as dr. Strange Mary Jane Watson (Kirstin Dunst), cameo most likely
Holland on No Way Home
Tom Holland has been quoted talking about the No Way Home film stating it is the most ambitious superhero film made. Given that it’s been confirmed to be multiversal, opens the door to do a lot of cool things.
“It’s really impressive. I’ve never seen a standalone superhero movie quite like it. And I’m just, you know, again, that lucky little s*** who happens to be Spider-Man in it. We got a lot more shooting to do.”
RELEASE DATE: December 17, 2021