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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