Spider-Man: No Way Home Anthony and watch Joe Russo Spider-Man: No Way Home full movie 2021 the Marvel Cinematic Universe did not have a similar grouping of characters in the same movie. Until the premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home at the end of last year. The third film starring Tom Holland brought together a wide variety of characters. Although it seemed enough, at some point in the production there were more names than expected.
Spider-Man: No Way Home integrated universes, through the different characters and actors summoned, in a single film. That, about which at first there were doubts in relation to how to fit so many roles, turned out in a good way. Beyond the conveniences of the script, the film responds to what it poses in a convincing way. The result? One of the most important film events in recent years.
As you distance yourself from this phenomenon, perspective is taken and some details are known that could not be revealed before. It was what happened with Andrew Garfield explaining the origin of one of the phrases of the encounter between the different versions of Spider-Man and it happens now that one of the scriptwriters confessed, without giving much detail, that there were more names than those thinking at the time of incorporate more characters in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The information came out through screenwriter Chris McKenna, who during an interview with The Wrap explained the following: “Honestly, I don’t know if we are allowed to do that, but there were great (considerate) characters. But almost too great.”
Beyond studying that possibility, they wanted to look for something more compact, as explained by Chris McKenna.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is an emotional film that, taking into account the two previous ones starring Tom Holland, was necessary within the story. Contrary to the classic stories about Spider-Man, this version did not have the point of suffering that is usually associated with the friendly neighbor.
Because, within so much entertainment and heroic sense, there is also a lot of tragic when it comes to Spider-Man. Digging deeper into the movie, Chris McKenna commented.
Tom Holland reviews Peter Parker’s career in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, stating that he has gone from being Spider-Boy to Spider-Man in No Way Home.
There is no doubt that Spider-Man: No Way Home has become one of the greatest successes in superhero cinema, to the point that the new Marvel Cinematic Universe has become the eighth highest grossing film in history.
In a recent interview for Sony Pictures Japan (via Games Radar), Tom Holland reviewed Peter Parker’s career since we first saw him in the MCU through the movie Captain America: Civil War.
The actor considers that his character has grown throughout his “solo” films, reaching the peak of his maturity in the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home where, according to Holland, his character goes from being Spider-Boy to be a full-fledged Spider-Man.
“He really has been the Spider-Boy, and this movie is about him becoming Spider-Man,” Holland stated. “It’s about him growing up, making his own decisions, and stepping up as a full-blown Avenger. And it’s been really nice to have that connection between myself in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and now, who am I, and who am I? it’s Peter Parker, in Spider-Man: No Way Home. “
“This is definitely the final chapter of the Homecoming series. Jon Watts has done a wonderful job creating this genre of superhero movie that has not been told before,” added the actor of the new Spider-Man movie.
“The superhero movie that’s about the kid, who has this John Hughes vibe, that’s the small town, really the friendly neighbor Spider-Man. And this movie is him putting on bigger shoes and becoming an adult, and becoming in Spider-Man, “he added.
Although Spider-Man: No Way Home is the closing of this trilogy, it will not be the definitive end for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, as recently Marvel and Sony have confirmed to be working on Spider-Man 4.
In addition, it is known that Spider-Man will appear in at least one of the next films of this Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, apart from having confirmed a crossover film between Venom and Spider-Man. Do you want to see continue the story of Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?