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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Mystery is Deep, But It’s Almost Clearing Up

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ plot is still under the wraps but the official cast has confirmed the return of two characters from previous Spider-Man franchises

Bradley - Sun, 23 May 2021 13:46:27 +0100 996 Views
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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is still more than 6 months away, and rumors are not going to die away anytime soon and its mainly because we don't have any confirmation and the plots are still kept under the wraps with a lot of secrecy around it.


In this past week, the rumors for the upcoming Spidey movie have again spiked up. This latest rumor is about Marvel Studios hiring the same VFX team that worked on Raimi's "Spider-Man" as well as "The Amazing Spider-Man," Reportedly, the team has been hired to share their knowledge and help the current VFX team in the post-production of "No Way Home." However, this doesn't confirm that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are returning for their role as Spidey, but surely if combined with the other recent rumors and developments, it is possible.


In a recent interview, Angourie Rice, returning as Betty Brant in "No Way Home," revealed that going to shoot the film felt like going to an ultra-secret theme park that has no connection to the world. She said, "The way Marvel protects history is beyond anything I have ever experienced. It’s so secret. Filming Spiderman was like going to a really cool theme park, but you couldn’t tell anyone because it’s the most secret theme park in the world. That was tricky. The good thing about the second movie was that I had my mother and sister there with me, all the time, so they were aware and I could talk to them about anything because they were there. They are very reserved in everything. After being a part of it and seeing how people speculate from photos on the Internet and single lines in previous movies, Marvel fans make some really cool guesses, sure, so I get it."


The interview with Rice has made one thing clear that Marvel Studios has been so far successful in keeping everything secret and hyped-up at the same time.


Also, in an interview, Andrew Garfield was asked about the possibility of his return as Spider-Man, which he didn't deny nor he confirmed. In his own words, "You never say never." The past few days have deepened the mystery behind the upcoming Spiderman movie and it seems like this is what Disney and Marvel Studios needed to hype up the movie.


If we add all these latest developments with what was revealed by Roger Pera, then we have enough evidence that not only suggests but confirms that, we are going to see multiple existences of Spider-Man from different dimensions in one movie. This also means we are going to see the return of Tobey Maguire’s and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man. Also, don't forget, the official cast already includes J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson and villains of previous Spider-Man franchises, Jamie Foxx's Electro and Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus.


Roger Pera's revelation came in an interview where he confirmed that he is working on No Way Home. He was the Spanish voice actor for Tobey Maguire in Sam Raimi-directed Spider-Man trilogy and also 2013's The Great Gatsby and 2014's Sacrifice of the Pawns. 


Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit the theaters on December 17, 2021, till then, there is plenty of room for more rumors and theories, and hopefully, we might also see some official confirmation. We will write as soon as we hear any other rumors or news, till then you have enough content to speculate and make your own theories about it.

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