When does Spider Man no way home?
Ahead of Cumberbatch's return in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, though, he will first cast a spell or two in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which hits theaters Dec. 17, 2022, and is connected to the Strange sequel. The catastrophic Loki finale sheds a bit more light on the Spidey threequel. EW.comHow the 'Loki' finale sets up 'Ant-Man 3,' 'Spider-Man: No Way Home,' and beyond
The images of the collectible figure were posted on Instagram, spinning a web of mystery and intrigue for fans of the franchise. Spider-Man's new black and gold suit features detailed web patterns, as well as a selection of highly detailed accessories, including "a gauntlet" and "mystic spider-web effects," as per the description.
One of the images appears to show a glowing blue substance being projected from the gold gauntlet on the figure's wrist, with a similar blue disc emerging on the suit's chest. These mystical elements may be hinting that the web-slinger will be wielding and unleashing magic akin to Doctor Strange in the upcoming sequel.
Spider-Man's new costumes have been on full display lately in the form of Funkos Spider-Man, LEGOs, and Spider-Man action figures. An image of a Spidey Funko Pop, known as the Integrated Suit, featured what appeared to be some sort of sorcerer's device that Tom Holland's Spider-Man might be in possession of in the next film.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has been confirmed to be connected to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, giving way to plenty of speculation on how or if we'll get glimpses of the Spider-Verse. With these new Spiderman costumes, it's still possible we'll see Tobey McGuire wall-crawling alongside Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland on December 17.
The movie's casting line-up, confirmed or otherwise, has been teasing a live-action Spider-Verse/multiverse crossover of epic proportions, which could be intertwined with later events in the MCU. Read our theories about which characters and worlds may appear, and find out how it could open the door for Holland to swing between the MCU and the SPUMC.
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The first noticeable thing on the black and gold suit is the gauntlets. The inscriptions on the gauntlets, just like the gauntlets sported by Doctor Strange, seem to hint that maybe Peter Parker will be able to cast spells, priming him for action in the multiverse. The black and gold suit also has a Wakandan vibe to it, just like the upgraded arm sported by The Winter Soldier in the recent Marvel series.
Peter Parker’s webbing seems to also get a mystical upgrade, courtesy again of Doctor Strange. Notice the inscriptions on the webbing as well.
Benedict Cumberbatch is set to return as Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Strange in the upcoming film opposite Tom Holland.
Cumberbatch is expected to play the mentor role that was played in previous Spider-Man films by Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury in “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”
With the multiverse being all the rage in superhero movies these days, the biggest clue so far that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is heading in a similar direction like DC is the news that Jamie Foxx is in talks to reprise his Spider-Man villain Electro in the “Spider-Man: No Way Home” as well. Foxx played the character in the 2014 “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” which starred Andrew Garfield as the web-slinger before the character was brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Sony has dated the third film for Dec. 17, 2021. Jon Watts, who directed “Homecoming” and 2019’s “Far From Home,” will also direct the newest film “No Way Home.”
“Far From Home” brought back another popular character from a previous iteration of the franchise, having J.K. Simmons reprise his role as J. Jonah Jameson from the original trilogy of films with Tobey Maguire.
It’s expected that other franchise regulars, including Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Jacob Batalon and Tony Revolori, will likewise return for the sequel. Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal are producing the third film in the franchise.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange first met Tom Holland’s MCU Spider-Man in 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”
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Posted to Hot Toys' official social media, the images of the figurine see Spider-Man in a new black and gold costume with some ornate detailing which is reminiscent of Doctor Strange's attire.
He is also wearing a golden gauntlet on his left forearm which doesn't seem to be a piece of Stark tech like his old suit. Through it, the hero appears to be shooting something more than just webs: the beam that comes out of it disperses into circles that look eerily similar to Dr Strange's magic.
This Spidey also has such a ring on his chest, where Strange would have his medallion.
After Stark's death, we know that Peter Parker is going to need to find a new mentor, especially now that his identity was revealed at the end of Far From Home.
A previously announced new LEGO set for the film teased the presence of a Sanctum Workshop, with figurines of both Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, as well as MJ and Wong. So it seems like that is going to be his new hideout.
And while Strange will take up the role of mentor for Peter and help him develop a new suit, could he also be incorporating some of his magical artefacts in it or even teach the young hero some magic as well?
Unfortunately, the caption that accompanies the announcement doesn't give much away, except for the fact that it's going to be "one of the new suits" worn by the hero:
"The friendly neighborhood superhero has continued to share new looks in multiple movie appearances, and got fans amazed with his upgraded gadgets.
"To prepare fans for the Spidey's return, today Hot Toys is ecstatic to introduce Spider-Man and his new Black & Gold Suit, one of the new suits that will be seen in the movie, as 1/6th scale collectible figure ahead of the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home."
While we're sure a trailer for the new Spider-Man is just around the corner, we can only speculate what any of this means. But be sure to check back for more updates as we get closer to the release.
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Hot Toys' Spider-Man black and gold suit for No Way Home features Spidey wearing magical wrist guards. Instead of shooting his typical webbing, these gauntlets produce blue beams of possible sticky goo. The same blue magical web also appears as an emblem on Spider-Man's chest in stark contrast to the black and gold costume on full display in toy form.
Someone else sporting a new hairstyle for Spider-Man: No Way Home is J.K. Simmons' J. Jonah Jameson. The Hasbro Marvel Legend figure of Jameson is inspired by his cameo appearance in a post-credits scene for Spider-Man: Far From Home. The scene found Jameson -- reporting for the Daily Bugle online news site -- playing a video that revealed Spider-Man's secret identity to the public. Unlike Simmon's role as J. Jonah Jameson in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, the MCU version has a bald head. However, one thing that is still consistent is he still has a vendetta against the web-slinger.
With the presence of Doctor Strange and the returns of Jamie Foxx's Electro and Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus, there is speculation Spider-Man: No Way Home will continue the multiversal threads set up in WandaVision and Loki. Scarlet Witch will guest-star in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Season 1 of Loki ended with numerous timeline branches springing to life. There is also the matter of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reportedly paying Tom Holland a visit, bringing three different versions of the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man together for the first time on the big screen.
Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters on Dec. 17.
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Marvel’s What If..? promises to be a unique chapter in the MCU for multiple reasons. It’s the franchise’s first official animated entry, it’s an anthology series and each episode will explore a different reality, taking us outside of the main timeline for the first time. There’s so much potential to expand a fully-fledged animated side of the MCU out of this show, then. And, according to a new report, it’s possible that Spider-Man could be the key.
Geekosity is claiming that Marvel is in early development on a Spider-Man animated series that will follow What If…?. The outlet’s sources stress that this Spidey project will not be connected to the anthology show in terms of storytelling, but it will inherit the same high-quality animation and will visually be a cut above Disney’s recent Spidey animated programming for younger fans. This project is apparently only in the discussion stages right now.
This Spider-Man series will be set in the MCU, we’re told, although it won’t feature villains from the movies. So presumably the intention is to expand the wallcrawler’s mythos by bringing in other iconic antagonists from the comics who’ve yet to be seen in the films. What’s more, it’s said to be “unlikely” that Tom Holland will reprise his role as Peter Parker. This follows on from Holland being replaced in What If…?
Alongside Holland, other notable MCU stars who won’t be back for the animated anthology include Chris Evans, Brie Larson and Robert Downey Jr. What If…? will establish that it’s possible for different actors to play the Avengers and for the project to still be counted as canon. So this could be how Marvel will grow out its animation division, apparently starting with a new Spider-Man show.
While we wait to see if anything comes of this, What If…? premieres Wednesday, August 11th on Disney Plus.
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Zendaya has played Michelle "MJ" Jones across three Spider-Man films beginning with Spider-Man: Homecoming and the upcoming release of SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. Plot details about Spider-Man: No Way Home have been kept very under wraps so we're not sure what MJ's role will be in the third installment but what's also unclear for the Emmy-winning actress is if she will be back for more Marvel films after her third round with Peter Parker (Tom Holland).
Zendaya was speaking to E! about her newest film Space Jam: A New Legacy, where she provides the voice of Lola Bunny, and she mentioned that she was unsure what the future holds for her within the MCU after Spider-Man: No Way Home. Here is what he had to say:
Zendaya's comments coincide with Tom Holland previously revealing that his contract is up with Spider-Man: No Way Home but he has stated time and time again he would be happy to keep playing Spider-Man. I don't doubt that Marvel will do what's necessary to secure Holland for more films but Zendaya is correct that it's typically pretty standard that the Marvel standalone films get three films. Next year's Thor: Love and Thunder, the fourth film of that franchise, will break that mold and it's very possible that we'll get more Spider-Man films after this upcoming third installment. Zendaya is a hot commodity herself and I would think that Marvel would want to keep her around as well so maybe it will come down to taking their time to develop new installments and signing up the cast when necessary.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is once again directed by Jon Watts and stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, and J.J. Smoove. While plot details are being highly guarded, there's speculation that the film will deal in some way with the multiverse which is why so many fans are patiently waiting for the first trailer to drop.
Do YOU think Zendaya will be brought back for more Spider-Man films? Spider-Man: No Way Home hits screens on December 17, 2021.
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As the finale of Loki’s first season on Disney+ came to a close, something pretty massive happened that allowed the doors of the multiverse to burst open. With the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest chapter breaking ground on something we’ve been anticipating for quite some time, some Spider-Man: No Way Home theories, and the fans that created them, seem to have found a second wind in their sails. As a result, social media has lit up like a fractured timeline, with just as many tweets celebrating the occasion.
Twitter has been abuzz with Spider-Man: No Way Home theories in the wake of Loki’s Season 1 closer, which saw Jonathan Majors' "He Who Remains" murdered by Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino), which fractured the multiverse wide open. Now it feels like nothing is off the table when it comes to Tom Holland’s third solo effort in the MCU. Though, as you’ll see in the reactions we’re about dive into, there’s one very specific place setting everyone’s still hung up on. First up is a post that seems to assume the entire Spider-Man fandom is thinking the same thing, post-Loki, and they probably aren’t wrong:
Everyone looking forward to Spider-Man: No Way Home has been searching for any sort of confirmation that Andrew Garfield and/or Tobey Maguire will be reprising their roles as Spider-Man. As both Alfred Molina’s Doc Octopus and Jamie Foxx’s Electro have been brought up in the film’s villain department, both of the previous Peter Parkers have also been rumored to return. Though there’s been an apparent rejection from Garfield himself, as well as Tom Holland himself shutting down those hopes, fans are still thinking it’s going to happen, which leads to messages such as this:
What a brilliant show loki was.???????? After opening of infinite multiverse, now everything is possible in marvel universe. Now i am eagerly waiting to watch three Spider-Man's in Spiderman no way home??????????#Loki #MCU #MarvelStudios #SpiderManNoWayHome #DisneyPlus pic.twitter.com/V6GwjxggB8
Just when Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and all parties potentially connected to Spider-Man: No Way Home thought it was safe to step into a press junket, this happens. Now the floodgates are bound to be open to fans and journalists alike asking questions pertaining to the potential involvement of Emma Stone, Kirsten Dunst, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. And those questions aren’t going to go away, as another fan used Loki’s timeline shattering finale to draw a firm line in the sand:
On the calmer side of the speculation pool, the title Spider-Man: No Way Home has sort of a new meaning to Marvel Cinematic Universe fans far and wide. Loki’s finale sparked that reaction in more than one Twitter user, and that same reaction goes for another MCU movie on its way to the masses. Thanks to the fallout from Season 1’s big closer, the titles for Spider-Man and Doctor Strange’s big sequels seem to be turning on some lightbulbs:
Bruh, Spider-Man No Way Home and Multiverse of Madness make so much sense now????????????????????
In the end, it’s always going to come back to the powerful and hopeful theory that somehow, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the live-action Spider-Verse crossover some have been hoping for. And it’s got fans so riled up that they even have polls dedicated to the matter. So if you want to vote on which Spider-Man you’re most excited to (potentially) see in Spider-Man: No Way Home, cast your lot in this final highlighted post:
Which version of Spider-Man are you most excited to see in Spider-Man: No Way Home?? #SpiderManNoWayHome
Without a trailer or even any key details on what’s going to happen, Spider-Man: No Way Home represents different things for different people. It just so happens that one of those things people agree on is that Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire are going to surprise fans far and wide, working together on the big screen on December 17. Who knows what the truth will be, but at this point, all we can do is wait and ponder over Loki’s Season 1 finale, which can be currently be watched on Disney+. Non-subscribers should check out the current subscription offer and get in on the deal that will prepare all fans for Phase 4.
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Is it really going to be "three and done"?
"It was, I don't know, so much fun but also kind of bittersweet," said Zendaya, teasing that she might know something about the future of Spider-Man that we don't yet.
Keeping it vague, she added: "We don't know if we are going to do another one, like is it just going to be three and done? Like kind of normally you do three movies and that is pretty much it.
"So I think we just were all absorbing and taking the time to just enjoy the moment being with each other and being so grateful for that experience because we have been doing it for since I was like – I did the first movie [when] I was like 19."
"It's pretty special to have grown up all together and be a part of another legacy," continued Zendaya. "There have been so many different Spideys before us and you know, just kind of making everybody proud."
But could Tom Holland's Spider-Man series really be "three and done"?
While Zendaya may be right that most movies come in trilogies, there doesn't seem to be much backing that theory inside the MCU.
There really doesn't seem to be a rule-of-three inside the MCU. So would we still believe Zendaya about the future of Spider-Man?
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It isn't the first time this has happened, and it certainly won't be the last. In early July 2021, a selection of toys for "Spider-Man: No Way home" was revealed via Marvel's website — showcasing a couple of new costumes for the Web-Slinger. And thanks to some of the smaller designs on a Funko figure, it seems likely that Spidey will be learning magic in the film. Although that's not one of Peter Parker's (Tom Holland) typical abilities, it's not surprising, since Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) will be on hand to fill the goatee-sporting mentor role left by Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.).
Well, here we are again. Another new look at Spidey in the upcoming film reveals even more about what to expect from his next big adventure. Warning: Potential spoilers abound.
Then there's the small issue of the gold gauntlets strapped to his wrists, which look like they can be used to channel magic webs through them. @MaptainR suggested on Twitter that, "it's gotta be enchanted for a reason. maybe multiverse traversal?" Well it definitely looks similar in design and color to the Sling-Rings worn by Doctor Strange and the sorcerers of Kamar-Taj — and who better to help the Web-Slinger get across the multiverse than the Sorcerer Supreme?
But the most interesting observation was made by The Direct, in a piece that notes that the background of the images seems to be styled after Tobey Maguire's "Spider-Man" and Andrew Garfield's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." One shot shows Spidey swinging through the streets of New York with a similar lighting to the Maguire era, while another seems to show him fighting someone off-screen in Times Square, New York — where Garfield fought Jamie Foxx's Electro. It's an interesting connection, especially since Electro will also appear in the sequel.
Surely the "No Way Home" trailer has to arrive soon. Watch this space for updates when it does.
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Raimi is best known for both his Evil Dead cult horror movies and the original Spider-Man trilogy for Sony in the early 2000s. His first superhero film was Darkman all the way back in 1990, making him a veteran of the genre. Since his last Marvel movie with Spider-Man 3, Raimi has kept busy with his own projects, including the supernatural horror favorite Drag Me to Hell and Oz the Great and Powerful (a prequel to The Wizard of Oz).
In a new interview with Rotten Tomatoes, the head of Marvel Studios talks about his excitement to be working with Raimi again after all these years. Marvel turned to Raimi to direct Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness after original director Scott Derrickson left, citing creative differences. But, as Feige says below, he had a good feeling the film would be in Raimi's wheelhouse due to the director's love of Doctor Strange and experience with the horror genre. Feige's full statement on the subject can be read below:
Having Raimi directing a Marvel movie, especially Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, is exciting for all the fans, not just Feige. Raimi has proven time and again his mastery on the screen, and knows a thing or two about producing a studio blockbuster. Throw in his passion for the characters, especially Doctor Strange, and all the Phase 4 movies and TV shows that have been setting up this movie, and audiences might be in store for something really special when Raimi's film hits theaters in 2022.
Source: Rotten Tomatoes
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Though plot details are still unconfirmed for the film, No Way Home will see the return of Jamie Foxx as the villainous Electro from Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man franchise and Alfred Molina as Otto Octavius, better known as Doctor Octopus, from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, despite his seeming death in his sole appearance. The film is reportedly set to be part of the alternate dimension storyline that began with Disney+'s WandaVision and continued with the streamer's Loki and is set to explode with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which arrives three months after No Way Home. As Marvel and Sony keep the lid sealed on the webslinging threequel, one new intriguing detail has emerged.
With just under six months to go for its highly-anticipated arrival, Hot Toys has unveiled a new figure for Spider-Man: No Way Home modeled after one of the suits featured in the film. Currently labeled the "Black & Gold" suit, the first images of the figure point towards Spider-Man wielding new web powers that look akin to those of Doctor Strange's magic. Check out the exciting new figure below:
The level of secrecy for No Way Home has been higher than most MCU projects, with the studio still not having technically confirmed Molina or Foxx's returns, despite the stars themselves and co-stars having seemingly confirmed it multiple times. Between the reported discussions for Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire reprising their webslinging iterations and theories of the MCU and Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters crossing over with Tom Hardy's Venom appearing or Holland arriving in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, it's quickly become one of the more mysterious outings from the decade-old franchise. Though audiences are still awaiting a trailer premiere for the film, every new detail revealed opens an exciting door for what can be expected from the threequel.
It's been known for some time that Cumberbatch's Strange would appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but to see the new figure offer a look at a new magic-powered suit for Holland's young hero is sure to send a new wildfire of theories through the fanbase. With Strange likely offering Peter Parker some kind of help in battling the multiple villains of the film, it would make sense to help him craft a new suit to combat the potential multiverse madness extending to the threequel and the future. Only time will tell when the film finally hits theaters on December 17.
Source: Hot Toys