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Spider-Man 3 – aka Spider-Man 3: No Way Home – is officially here, but its cast looks very different. As the internet was abuzz with rumors of former Spider-Man stars returning, the film’s list of possible guest stars has garnered more attention than almost any Marvel movie news.
It could have been dismissed as speculation. However, Alfred Molina made the announcement that he was returning to the United States on his own during an interview. If that was Marvel’s plan, we can’t believe it. Marvel now has the right tools to do crazy with Spider-Man, thanks to the Loki Finale.
All we need now is the Spider-Man far from the home trailer, which will confirm all or some of these speculations. Will this allow for the continuation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU), to Marvel Cinematic Multiverse’s (MCM), transition? Let’s get down to the details about this upcoming Marvel film. A note, however: At the end of Cast, you’ll find some spoilers about a movie recently released that may tie into Spider-Man.
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After much fun from the movie stars, Spider-Man No Way Home was confirmed. Zendaya and Jacob Batalon revealed different titles along with photos of the movie’s production on their social networks. The photos led to speculation among fans, that our trio would eventually find their way to Doctor Strange’s base.
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The events of another Marvel movie are reason enough to believe that another Marvel character may appear in No Way Home
The official Spider-Man: No Way Home teaser trailer was released. It confirms several fan theories and shows what this movie is all about.
An online leak of the No Way Home trailer is available. But, due to its horrible quality and lack of finished effects, it should be avoided.
Spider-Man: The Way Home Cast
There has been much speculation as to which characters will appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
We have also heard that several actors from classic films (read: not-MCU) would be returning their roles. These include Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus. Early rumors indicated that Charlie Cox might play Matt Murdock again, marking the first time this character has appeared on the big screen since the terrible 2003 Daredevil movie.
These rumors have since changed and now suggest that Andrew Garfield, Tobey McGuire, and Mary Jane Watson will be returning to Peter Parker’s role from the Spider-Man movies. There were also rumors that Emma Stone and Kirsten Dought could be reprising their roles as Mary Jane Watson, Gwen Stacey.
But rumors are rumors and should be treated that way until Marvel and Sony confirm or deny them. Based on official announcements and the recently released teaser trailer, here is who we know to be the main character in the movie.
Additionally, we have a Spoiler Warning, per another recently released film. Find out the meaning of this below the cast list.
Tom Holland plays Peter Parker aka Spider-Man
Zendaya as MJ
Marisa Tomei as May Parker
Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds
Tony Revolori will be the Flash Thompson
Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange
Benedict Wong is Wong
Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan
JK Simmons as J Jonah Jameson
Alfred Molina in Doctor Octopus
In the Venom II post-credits scene we saw two big things, one subtler than the other. J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson. Here, he yelled at Peter Parker about Spider-Man. This leads directly to Far From Home’s end. Venom, with Spidey on the screen, licked the screen and we were given the impression that Eddie Brock may return in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Before that, however, we witnessed a gigantic explosion in space. It seemed as if the timeline-shattering events from the Loki finale may have been what triggered this dimensions-shattering event.
Spider-Man’s No Way Home release dates
December 17, 2021, will see the release of the new Spider-Man film. While theaters have been doing much better since the COVID-19 pandemic’s early days, the Delta variant might still cause problems.
It is unlikely that the movie will be released on Disney Plus. While it may have worked with Black Widow, Disney has promised to first release its remaining 2021 slate in theaters. Sony is also involved in this co-production. This means that both studios have to come to an agreement.
Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer
For months, Marvel and Sony have been pestering fans for a Spider-Man’s No Way Home trailer. However, they have not responded. We finally have the first official footage after a leak.
The trailer seems to confirm key details, such as the fact that Peter’s secret identity has been stolen. It seems that the rumors about it being relegated to the background, with Peter Parker impersonated by Skrulls, are false.
Like the comics’ Brand New Day arcs, Doctor Strange appears to be attempting the global erase of Spider-Man’s identity. However, Peter’s interference with the spell and the danger of doing so in the first place causes some problems with space-time. These issues may lead to the multiverse interfering with the mainline MCU.
We need to wonder if Loki’s events will be a factor in this.
In any event, it appears that MCU has gone a bit Inception on everyone. Strange and Spiderman might team up to address the problem. More importantly, this reality-bending may lead to at most two Marvel supervillains, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock or Green Goblin.
In the trailer, we don’t see the Goblin’s face. However, there are rumors that Willem Dafoe might be returning to his role in the sequel. Other villains have been speculated to be appearing in the trailer. These include Electro (Jamie Foxx), Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, Jared Leto’s Morbius, and Sandman (Thomas Haden Church).
Molina’s Return has yet to be confirmed.
Spider-Man – No Way Home set photographs
While there were many leaks concerning Spider-Man, No Way Home (and other movies), the sets were tight. A few photos have escaped, however.
The an of the gifts presented to the film crew may seem small, but the art includes references to Andrew Garfield’s spider-Man costume and the famous font used in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies.
Then, an unusual prop surfaced on Tweet. This bus stop poster features the Statue of Liberty (NYC’s newest and tallest Avenger) and gives Lady Liberty Cap’s shield. We are assuming this isn’t a spoiler regarding Captain America 4, since the shield is much smaller. However, it raises questions about Captain America’s future branding.
Particularly after the U.S. Government’s disastrous attempts at replacing Steve Rogers with John Walker, during the events of Falcon & the Inter Soldier.
Rumors have suggested that Perter will receive mystical upgrades as a result of merchandise leaks. Toys showing Spider-Man in his suit with the same runes used by Doctor Strange’s Eldritch power are also being shown.
Strange would have to give his sidekick a magical upgrade if magic is the real problem.
The official merchandise also includes Mysertio’s iconic fishbowl headgear and the phrase, “We Believe Mysterio”. If we had to speculate, it seems the world is torn between believing Peter Parker and the doctored video Mysterio used for Parker’s murder.
Spider-Man leaks from Tobey Maguire
George Cottle who was Spider-Man’s No Way Home stunt coordinator posted on the production of No Way Home wrapping. This may have been an Easter egg. The tagging of Chris Daniels (who was the stunt-man in Tobey Maguire’s earlier Spider-Man movies) leads people to believe that Maguire will definitely make an appearance in the movie. It is not confirmed though.
Roger Pera (who frequently voices Maguire in Spanish) then it.
Andrew Garfield continues to deny his involvement in this film. He claims that he didn’t receive the call. This is either a lie or an oversight on Marvel’s behalf, or a massive hole in the Spider-Men theory fans have invented.
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