“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is fan service at its best. However, the credits reveal a big lie from Marvel. Spoiler alert. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” will start releasing in cinemas worldwide from tomorrow. We were allowed to watch the film in advance and say: It’s a pure celebration.
The film is a love letter to all “Spider-Man” fans out there. From villains like Willem Dafoe to Tom Holland’s leading character, every actor gives their best. “No Way Home” is an emotional rollercoaster ride in which the audience laughs, cries, and one after the other Gets a vast grin. You know which scenes we mean when you see it for yourself.
Of course, we sat there for a moment after the film. We know Marvel because the studio is known for its credits. What we saw exposed Marvel and Sony (the studio that owns the film rights to “Spider-Man” and works with Marvel) as fat liars.
“Venom” Part Of The “Spider-Man” Universe, But Not As Expected
After a blatant finale of the “Spider-Man” trilogy with Holland in the role of the friendly spider from the neighbourhood, the audience was shown another scene that needed a little explanation: In “No Way Home” speaks Dr . At Peter’s request, cast a spell to make people forget he is Spider-Man.
That backfires, and instead, characters end up in his world who know of the true identity of “Spider-Man”, this includes “Venom”, played by Tom Hardy. The “Venom” series is separate from the “Spider-Man” series. But the credits scene in the film “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” promised a cross-over between the film series. But nothing will come of it.
At the end of the film, Dr Strange cast a new spell to prevent the end of the world. The goal is that nobody should remember Peter Parker. This leads to the fact that all characters from the other worlds return. In the credits scene, we see Venom being brought up to date on the world of Peter Parker and deciding to meet him.
But no sooner has the decision been made than he is conjured back into his world. So much for the cross-over. However, Venom leaves a small piece of his body behind. As fans know, that means only one thing: Venom has arrived in the Marvel universe. Just not in the way we hoped.