‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ promises to turn the multiverse upside down. We have some questions

Spider-Man, Spider-Man, how will you get out of this jam?

Picking up from the events of 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, the friendly neighborhood hero’s next adventure will see him deal with the repercussions of not only having his secret identity revealed to the public, but also being falsely accused of killing Mysterio. (Jake Gyllenhaal).

Directed by Jon Watts, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which will premiere on December 17 reportedly marks the end of a trilogy that launched with 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which reintroduced Peter Parker (Tom Holland) trying to juggle. high school with his secret life as a web-slinging crime fighter. In a recent interview with Empire, Watts even described the movie as “Spider-Man: Endgame.”

Although not much has been officially revealed about the long-awaited installment, “No Way Home” is expected to showcase the multiversal power of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We know that Peter turns to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for a way out of his current situation, but unfortunately, things don’t go as planned. Amid the fallout, Peter will have to face off against several fan-favorite foes from Sony’s various “Spider-Man” franchises, an adventure worthy of the only superhero who can freely cross between the MCU and the Spider-Man universe. Man from Sony.

These are some of the biggest questions we have about “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”

Will Venom appear?

We have reason to believe that Tom Hardy, seen here in “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” will appear as Eddie Brock and/or Venom in “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”

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One of the biggest surprises in October’s “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” comes during the film’s mid-credits scene. As Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and Venom enjoy their island getaway together, something happens and suddenly the TV tunes in to a broadcast from J. Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons) of the Daily Bugle revealing Spider-Man’s identity. . This means that, at least from then on, Eddie and Venom are in the same cinematic universe as “No Way Home.”

As if that franchise-hopping move wasn’t enough, Venom also implies his familiarity with Spider-Man. This all happens after the symbiote explains to Eddie that his consciousness is connected to a multiversal alien hive mind. Could this Venom be related to the Venom from “Spider-Man 3”? Would that make Venom a Nexus being?

And since Eddie and Venom are now in Peter Parker’s neighborhood, could they appear in “No Way Home”?

Exactly how many villains will Peter Parker face?

“No Way Home” will definitely see the return of villains from Sony’s previous “Spider-Man” franchises, including Doc Ock, played once again by “Spider-Man 2” (2004) actor Alfred Molina, and Electro by Jamie Foxx, from “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” (2014) And it seems that Peter Parker will also face Green Goblin, although no actor has been officially confirmed for the role (the character was played by Willem Dafoe in Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” trilogy).

That’s already three villains from Spider-Man’s rogues gallery. But could there be more?

There are many (illusory) rumors swirling around other possible appearances, including the return of Rhys Ifans’ Lizard from “The Amazing Spider-Man” (2012) and Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman from “Spider-Man 3” (2007).

Tom Holland stars as Peter Parker / Spider-Man in Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME.

Tom Holland stars as Peter Parker / Spider-Man in Columbia Pictures’ SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME.

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And those are just from the previous “Spider-Man” franchises. Could MCU Spidey foes like the Vulture from “Homecoming” (Michael Keaton) or Mysterio from “Far From Home” (Jake Gyllenhaal) be possible factors? And, again, what about Venom?

It may all seem like too many villains for one adventure, but in the comics, Spider-Man has been up against a group that joined him called the Sinister Six. Originally led by Doc Ock, members of the various incarnations have included Electro, Mysterio, the Vulture, the Sandman, the Lizard… and even Venom.

Seriously, is Doctor Strange okay?

One of the few things known about the plot of “No Way Home” is that in the midst of his crisis, Peter turns to the Sorcerer Supreme for help. Doctor Strange, against Wong’s (Benedict Wong) advice, agrees to cast some sort of intricate spell on Peter to make the world forget he’s Spider-Man, but things seem to go a little awry.

It is not necessarily out of character for Doctor Stephen Strange to believe that he is capable of some miraculous feat, or that he knows more than his advisers. But so far the glimpses of Strange and his Sanctum Sanctorum raise a couple of flags.

In the teaser images, it appears that the Sanctum is covered in snow. Doctor Strange is even shown wearing a comfortable-looking sweatshirt under his cape. What happened? Is this routine seasonal weather in the Sanctum or is there something more to it? Did Wong leave it? Considering other teaser images where it’s unclear if Doctor Strange is fighting with or against Spider-Man, you can’t help but wonder how it could all lead to the next MCU movie: “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” (which will be out in May 2022).

Will there be other Spideys?

There has been no official indication that other Peter Parkers or Spider-Men will appear in “No Way Home.” But the multiverse has opened up following the events of this summer’s Disney+ series “Loki,” and villains from other “Spider-Man” movies are definitely crossing planes into the MCU.

Is it too much of a stretch to believe the rumors that the Peter Parkers played by Toby Maguire in Raimi’s “Spider-Man” trilogy and Andrew Garfield in Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” movies, or other variants, could also appear? ?

What timeline is this movie set in?

One of the repercussions of a Marvel Cinematic Multiverse being on the cards is that it’s not unreasonable to wonder in what timeline or corner of the multiverse a given story is taking place. Sure, it sounds like “No Way Home” picks up right after the events of “Far From Home,” but when will it take place compared to the events of “Loki,” where much of the story was outside of the normal flow? weather?

And while we’re at it: will Zendaya be in the movie for more than seven minutes?

Some Zendaya fans were disappointed to discover that despite her prominence in the “Dune” promotional cycle (as well as being one of the top-billed cast members), she only appeared in seven minutes of the two-hour, 35 minute space adventure. Will MJ’s “No Way Home” screen time fare any better, considering the film appears to be packed with other characters?

Some Zendaya fans were disappointed to discover that despite her prominence in the “Dune” promotional cycle (as well as being one of the highest-billed cast members), she only appeared in seven minutes of the two-hour space adventure and 35 minutes. Will MJ’s “No Way Home” screen time fare any better, considering the movie seems to be chock-full of other characters?

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