Spider-Man: No Way Home: Like Avengers: Endgame, for Spider-Man

It's now been just two months since Spider-Man: No Way Home was finally released. Now, there is a steady media buildup that promises this will be a big movie. Director Jon Watts already compares it to Avengers: Endgame, as if the return Alfred Molinas Doc Ock and its multiversal madness idea weren't enough.


Empire Magazine's latest cover story is about the film. It features first-look photos and a funny one in which Spidey flees from Ock. Watts claimed that the film was actually Spider-Man: Endgame. This is partially a joke but it's also true. Although Endgame was a bit too ambitious for its own good, it still had a purpose to exist in order to repay years of fan investment. No Way Home feels like it's only moving big because Marvel wants the multiverse matter, and everyone is always nostalgic for old Spider-Man stuff.

Peter Parker is able to find a new father in Doctor Strange. It backfires badly when the sorcerers try to wipe Peter's secret from the public eye. Ock, Willem Dafoes Green Goblin and Jamie Foxxs Electro are all in the fray to get a piece Parker. This idea seemed crazy to Tom Holland when he first heard it. He recalled saying that you're not going to get everyone to do the right thing. It did happen, but it was crazy.

This could mean that we might see some old Spider-Men heroes like Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. Marvels has not yet commented on this, but don't be surprised if it is used to close out a trailer. Let's just hope no one uses cheesy language like Spider-Men.

On December 17, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in theatres

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